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Old 05-17-2016, 11:00 PM   #42
DocMike
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Kay,

You should have an HDMI cable just sitting up on the top shelf of the cabnet over the sink. It leads to the TV over the door. You can get extension HDMI cables to allow access within the living area. You can get an HDMI powered splitter and (with some effort, as I reported elsewhere this Forum) run a second HDMI extension to the outside TV. If you hook the HDMI splitter up to a DVD or BlueRay Player you can run the movie inside and/or ouside.

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