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    Jessica1
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    Cable TV for another room

    I want to watch TV in my bedroom but only had the installer connect it to my family room. Is there a cheap way to be able to watch TV in my bedroom by wireless? Or how about a cable under the carpet?


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    No matter how you look at it, you have to have the cable cord in whatever room you want to watch. That's a lot of thick cable to stretch under a carpet. I'd just have them install a new connection through the wall the normal way.

 

 

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