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Have 61" rca wide screen tv. hook digital ant to ant A, hooked up sat. to ant B ant A has picture ant B has about three seconds of sound and shuts down no picture at all

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  • chance65 Dec 07, 2008

    thanks, i tried that along with hooking sat to a couple of the video inputs with no luck.

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It sounds like you have a short on ant b try switching them around and see if thet dosent help

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