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Yeah I can definitely hook my dvr up to my monitor and plug it in where my modem is connected. I will definitely get a picture for you tomorrow where the fitting is.
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Any updates?

I am going to issue you a channel hunt from the cable outlet using a digital box.

This is going to be made annoying by the fact I cannot obtain the channel to QAM mapping for your area so I will send you on a hunt.

On a piece of paper:

1: Write a list going down starting at 100 and ending in 1000 ( I doubt well go all the way to 1000 )

2: Change cable box to a low channel ( start at 2 )

3: Turn Cable box off after selecting the channel ( for each channel you check )

4: Press the help or select/ok button on the remote and look at the readings on tuner 1.

5: Document the signal strength and frequency on one point in every 100mhz jump on the list you made. Watch it for a minute or so and see if there are any changes over 1dbmv, document those changes if any.
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