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Comcast offers a variety of options to self-install your services. Each Self Installation Kit comes with everything you need to quickly and easily set up your devices and activate your services. Read on to learn more about the XFINITY TV Self Installation Kit. Do you have an XFINITY X1 Self Installation Kit? If so, please see   What's Included in an X1 Self Installation Kit.   What's Included in an XFINITY TV Self Installation Kit - Equipment The XFINITY TV Self Installation Kit includes the following: XFINITY digital, HD or HD-DVR TV Box Universal remote control with two AA batteries Coaxial cables (two different lengths) HDMI cable (6 ft.) - for HD and HD-DVR kits only Power cord/supply   What's Included in an XFINITY TV Self Installation Kit - Documentation The XFINITY folder includes the following: Account Information Card. XFINITY TV User Guide. Please see   Self Installation Kit Installation Overview Videos. Remote control programming instructions. Comcast terms and conditions. Additional marketing materials. How To Self-Install XFINITY TV How To Self-Install XFINITY TV   Returning Comcast Self Installation Kit Equipment A pre-paid UPS shipping label is included for returning Comcast equipment: Simply place your equipment to be returned (including any power cords, remote controls or cables that came with the equipment) in the Self Installation Kit box using the bubble wrap or packaging to protect your device. Place the pre-paid UPS label over the original UPS shipping label. Drop off the package anywhere UPS shipments are accepted. Please remember to keep your receipt. You can track the progress of your equipment returning to Comcast via   UPS.com   with the tracking number provided on your receipt. Please allow two weeks for the return to fully process on your account.
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  Comcast offers a variety of options to self-install your services. Each Self Installation Kit comes with everything you need to quickly and easily set up your devices and activate your services. Read on to learn more about the XFINITY X1 Self Installation Kit that is currently available in select markets.   What's Included in an X1 Self Installation Kit - XFINITY TV Equipment TV Box Power cord Remote with two AA batteries Two coaxial cables (two lengths) HDMI cable (HD customers only)   What's Included in an X1 Self Installation Kit - Documentation Getting Started Guide:   Please see   instructions for identifying the equipment in your home. X1 Getting Started Guide   X1 Getting Started Guide   in multiple language (Chinese,   Korean,   Portuguese,   Russian,   Tagalogand   Vietnamese) Xi3 Getting Started Guide Wireless Gateway Getting Started Guide Sequencing Guide   to let you know which TV Box to connect and activate before adding any other devices.   Stickers to assist with installation sequencing.   User Guide:   English   and   Spanish. Activation Information:   Please note that this process can be completed by following the prompts provided on your TV screen. Wireless Gateway User Guide   How To Self-Install X1  How To Self-Install X1   Returning Comcast Self Installation Kit Equipment A pre-paid UPS shipping label is included for returning Comcast Self Installation Kit equipment: Simply place your equipment to be returned (including any power cords, remote controls or cables that came with the equipment) in the Self Installation Kit box using the bubble wrap or packaging to protect your device. Place the pre-paid UPS label over the original UPS shipping label. Drop off the package anywhere UPS shipments are accepted. Please remember to keep your receipt. You can track the progress of your equipment returning to Comcast via   UPS.com   with the tracking number provided on your receipt. Please allow two weeks for the return to fully process on your account. See other convenient options for   returning your equipment to Comcast.
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