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The wiring diagram just lists the connections as #1, #2, & #3, it does not tell me what to connect to them. what i need is, example: hook #1 terminal to the green (ground wire). Can you tell me what wires hook to each terminal? ps. the centronics ar-500xl is an outdoor tv antenna rotor

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SOURCE: Need wiring diagram for Intermatic 240V Mechanical Time Switch

For anyone else who may be reading this post, these instructions are for the T104 ONLY.
Connect your incoming line) 240 volt wires to terminals #1 and 3. Connect the outgoing 240 volt (load) wires to terminals # 2 and 4. Don't forget to connect both equipment ground wires (bare or green) to the "GR" terminal.
Do NOT connect anything to the "A" terminal.

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Go into the manual setup on the GUI then go to the zone 2 and zone 3 setup. If you are using only the power from the receiver to power the speakers, make sure the setting is for Zone 3 amp "INT" if you still have no volume, on the front of the receiver look at the display, make sure "zone 3" is lit up then use the small remote and turn up the vol. if it's on you will see "zone 3 vol" and the bar going up it should be ok. if it says "fixed" it thinks you have an external volume control, if you do, make sure it's "on" at about 12 o'clock and test. If not, you need to switch it in the on screen "menu" or "GUI" button, follow to zone 2 & 3 vol control and make sure it is set to variable. If you still have no vol post a comment and we can dig further. Hope this helps

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the indoor antenna you have must have a screw on connector and the receiver has a smooth connector or you would already have it hooked up. Go to Radio Shack and buy a connector that turns the coax into a slip on style.

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SOURCE: Hooking up Kenwood AR-304 to LG TV

You need to connect the TV "Monitor Output" which will be standard audio (RCA) red and white. Then you need to make sure you go into the TV's main menu and go thru "Audio". You may need to turn off the TV's internal speakers to get output via the RCA monitor out. If by chance it has a setting for "Fixed or Variable" for the output, select "Fixed" and control the volume thru the receivers volume control. If you still need further help, don't hesistate to ask! I can walk you thru it. Hope this helps

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