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#44565 11/07/04 07:01 PM
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In some older houses, I see wall plates with 3 holes that are marked TV. What is this for? Is it to provide electricity?

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Antenna.

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That socket is for the old style flat ribbon "twin lead" antenna cable. It's similar to today's "F" connector cable TV outlets. No power, just signals.


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