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How do I hook up a converter box to RCA F25432?

The RCA TV F25432 has two holes in the back, one labeled F and one labeled S. There is also a place to attach the antenna and something called a G link. I purchased a Zenith converter box but don't know how to hook up the cables. I connected converter boxes to two other TVs with no problem. What do you suggest?

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This user manual should be helpful to you, can download it from this link and its free http://www.retrevo.com/support/RCA-F25432-TVs-manual/id/402dj387/t/2/

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Connect the cable box into the Glink input

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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    Elizabeth Krijt Jan 08, 2009

    hi cmwallace9,

    If your TV is connected to a cable box you must connect the G-LINK cable to
    receive TV program listings for your area, and to tune directly to a channel when the program
    guide is on your TV screen.

    You have to place the G-LINK wands in front of the remote sensor on the VCR
    Some cable boxes and VCRs have the remote sensor labeled on the unit. If
    isn’t labeled on your VCR and/or cable box, you need to use the remote control
    the VCR and/or cable box to locate the sensor.
    1. Turn off the VCR and/or cable box.
    2. Hold the remote control (not the one that came with your TV, but the
    the cable box and/or VCR to which you’re attaching the G-LINK cable)
    the front of the component.
    3. Slowly move the remote control across the front of the component (VCR
    you press the power button on and off. You must press and release the
    time you move the remote (holding down the button won’t work).
    4. When the component turns on, you’ve located the remote sensor.

    note: If you don’t have both a
    cable box and a VCR
    connected to your TV,
    just coil the cable of the
    extra G-LINK wand with a
    twist tie and leave it
    behind the TV.



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