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navychop

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Did you try disconnecting all coax, rebooting and doing a check switch with the coax unconnected? Then power down, connect the coax, and do another check switch.
 
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Did you try disconnecting all coax, rebooting and doing a check switch with the coax unconnected? Then power down, connect the coax, and do another check switch.
Tried. Didn't help. The only thing different from last night (when all worked great) is the coax cable. Maybe it's a bum wire .....
 
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Check and maybe replace connectors. Use compression not crimp.

Does the coax seem thin? Or have a kink in it?

RG-59 should be ok, but better to go with RG-6.
 
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