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TV Co-Ax Cable

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      Hello Johan?

      I have sufficient length (already installed) 45 feet of unused cable (for Cable TV and Internet). Jacket indication Cable TV 8AWG (or) BBSTFC-T1D Shield X4004538 6

      Does this sound like ordinary RG6? Can I couple a few feet of ordinary RG6 to complete the job while installing a Channel Master 4228HD? Would it work?

      Thank You …


        That is a shielded coaxial cable. It should work fine.


          Thank You Johan!

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