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Check for Loose Connections

Last Updated: Wed, 10 Aug 2011 > Related Articles

Summary

Loose or damaged wires and cables can ruin your viewing experience. We'll help you track down loose connections.

Solution

Avoid tools for tightening your cables! Finger-tightening is enough to join signal connectors, and pliers and other tools can damage fragile connections.

 

 

 Check for Loose Connections 
Finger-tighten loose coax cable; threaded; it provides audio and video. 

Finger-tighten loose video cable, yellow; it provides video. 

Finger-tighten loose audio cables, red and white; they provide audio.

 

Finger-tighten loose HDTV cables, set of red, blue, and green; they provide HDTV video. 

Finger-tighten loose audio cables, red and white; they provide audio.

 
Finger-tighten loose coax cable on the Splitter. 
Verify the cable is not damaged. If the cable is damaged, contact Support to schedule a service visit. 

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