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2. From the preamplifier output run coax cable to the ground block. (Antennas mounted indoors do not require a ground).
3. From the ground block run coax cable indoors to the preamplifier power injector included with the preamplifier. The power injector requires an electrical outlet. From the power injector run coax cable to the input of the TV. If a signal splitter will be in use locate it at this point on the TV side of the preamplifier power injector.
4. Next attach a ground wire to the antenna mast pipe or mount and run the ground wire to a suitable ground. Attach a ground wire to the ground block and run the ground wire to a suitable ground.
For more information see TV Antenna Installation Guidelines.
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