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Old 06-02-2013, 12:02 AM   #1
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Twc Los Angeles - what splitter do I need?

Last weekend I started losing channels, particularly AMC HD and BBC HD, buts others as well. Called twc, they came out fixed the prob, told me I didn't need a splitter, and left after removing if. I have Moca. I added the splitter back and lost the channels within the hour.

Called TiVo who said I must have the splitter, but the type of splitter or coaxial cable itself could be at fault, but could not recommend a new type/brand of splitter, and that I should ask at Best Buy (tivo can recommend Best Buy, but not a brand/piece of equipment that makes their product work)

I have the tuning adapter and a Premiere tivo - I am pulling my hair out - what to do?

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Old 06-02-2013, 01:13 AM   #2
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Splitter, Broadband RF 4 output MoCAŽ enabling 5-1200MHz

I believe something like this works.

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