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Reception/ jacks on the back of a SHARP L32 - X200 Cinema select

There is a jack labeled ANT/CABLE 75 above the coax jack. The jack is coated with what appears to be a thin coating of plastic. Got hurt at work and cant afford sattelite right now. A few local channels through an antenna is the other option. The coax jack is very loose and does not work any longer with an adapter and a long ribbon antenna. What can you tell me about this other jack?
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  • smrb5106 Dec 07, 2008

    are you saying that i should run the antenna off the dvd player? What is the coated jack labeled ANT/CABLE 75 ? Is it usable if I remove the coating? Thanks

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Go to VCR, OR DVD player. Use channel selection there.

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