Use an appropriate length of cable to connect from the "F" connector box to the "F" connector on the back of your television. This is your standard television coaxial cable connection.
If your television is only receiving the first 13 channels, you need to program your television for all channels. Some things to check:
Please note that all televisions have different menu options. Consult your owner’s manual if you cannot find the above functions.
If your non-cable-ready television has two screws to connect to an antenna, you will need to use a transformer to convert to a cable-type connector. You can then connect in the same manner as a cable-ready television.
Note that a non-cable-ready television will only receive channels 2 thru 13. To receive upper channels, a converter box is needed or needs programmed.
If you have trouble with the cable, you can log an ihelp call with the nature of the problem and your room number and somebody will contact you.
You may purchase television cable, splitters, matching transformers, and telephone accessories at the Co-op Bookstore in the Hadley Union Building or many stores where they sell electronics.
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