|Posted: October 10 2006 at 23:56 | IP Logged
I want to remind you again, I am only giving my observations of the way my 3 Carver models were wired for tv reception and none of them were your model. All 3 of mine were wired similar, but yours might not be wired like them.
The amplifer is a white rectangle about 2 by 3 inches that will have 2 cables and 1 power cord attached to it. You should be able to follow one of the cables from the A/B switch back to the amplifer. All of mine were in different locations but close to the salon tv. One actually had the A/B switch and amplifer in a cabnet next to the tv.
You need to find that A/B switch and try both the A and B settings, if it is on the wrong setting (dock setting) then you are not connecting with the arch antenna regardless of whether the red LED light is on or not. The settings are only labeled A and B, so I suspect it is on the wrong setting for the arch antenna.
The wiring goes something like this:
----3way splitter----- the 3 tvs
dockside feed ------- A/Bswitch
The output from the A/B switch goes to a 3 way splitter which feeds all the tvs.