Simple question - I have the CSAPDU5VPI amplifier outside the house
Our house used to have two cable sources on opposite sides of a wall with one cable feeding it and a splitter going to both wall jacks
We only had one of them connected and the other jack just dead, but I was going to set up a splitter inside the wall again
Come to realize, our CSAPDU5VPI power source is on the one wall jack that is connected. After setting up the splitter, cable didn't work - assuming it didn't get power, but I didn't check with a multimeter to be sure. Just, no TV
Splitters tried: Two comcast installation leftovers, a commscope SV-2G and a PCT PCT-NGNII-2S, both 2-way -3.5 jobbies (about as typical as one could get)
So is this normal behavior for this amplifier ...? I guess I will have to move the power source location... ?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Yep, the power-T is already plugged in...
...Just after the 2-channel splitter.
I will just have to get another UPS for the amplifier power supply and plug it into another outlet if I want to get the cable working on that outlet again (or run another RG6 cable).
No big deal either way... Was just curious. Thanks!