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I have this set up so that one coax goes into my computers tv tuner and one that goes to my television but i can only get a signal on my computer do you have any idea why this could be.

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Be sure both end is connected to the tv and the splitter. check your cable wire there should be a cut on the wire, or your TV is broke the tuner is defective.

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