Originally Posted by hahnmark25
I had the same problem with our 2016 Thor 31L coach, which has an external connection for cable tv clearly marked. As it turns out, this external connection is connected to absolutely nothing as far as the TVs go. I took out one of the TVs and it clearly has an antenna connection plugged in (which goes through an amplifier), but that is it.
Now I have to find the place on the inside of the coach where this cable jack is accessible because on the outside of the coach it is directly behind the toilet. What a design.
The "cable" connection outside goes to the booster which splits the antenna or cable signal to only 1 connection to your TVs.
If you pull the booster you'll find 3 connections, 1 is input from the antenna, 1 is input from the outside cable connection, both of these are on 1 side of the booster & the 3rd on the opposite side of the booster is signal output for both antenna & cable which goes to a splitter hidden in the ceiling or wall sending signal to bedroom & living room tvs. If you can find the splitter check it that the input from the booster & outputs to tvs are connected to the appropriate connections on the splitter.
There will not be separate connections from the antenna & cable ran to the back of the TV's, only 1 cable from the splitter. If your coach is satellite prepped there should be separate cables behind the TV's for that to an outdoor connection somewhere.