You've just recently purchased a cable box and need to know how to install a cable box. Without a cable box or satellite you would not be to view television except for a few basic channels. Having a cable box allows you to have a variety of cable television channels. With a standard TV the cable box can be easily hooked up with coaxial cables. Having cable will enable you to enjoy great television after just a few minutes of instillation Follow these simple steps to be able to install your cable box.
In order to install a cable box you will need the following:
- cable box
- coaxial cables
- Attach the coaxial cable. Take the coaxial cable from the wall and attach it to the threaded jack that is located back of the cable box. Turn the coupler clockwise on the end of the cable to tighten it by hand as tight as you can turn it. This will keep the coupler from pulling off of the jack.
- Connect a second coaxial cable. Take another coaxial cable and connect it to the "RF Out" to the TV jack on the back of the cable box. Be sure to tighten the coupler all the way by turning it clockwise.
- Attach the other end of the coaxial cable. Take the other end of the coaxial cable and attach the coupler to the "RF In" jack on the back of the television. Your cable box has now been installed and you can enjoy your new cable channels.