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This does sound like you have a broken or corroded cable causing this issue here for sure or a connection issue with one of the cables.Unfortunately I do not have a diagram of this myself here.In some cases you may be able to get this diagram from a dealer or repair center that works on this model.If this is not an option for you let me know so we can continue.
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Hi my name is Robert....
What I would do is get an extra long cable and run it from the cable connector outside directly to the that antenna/booster switch they actual make a fitting where you can tie the coax cables together. So in a sense you are bypassing the booster, the main cable connection should go to that booster and then out to the TV's or a video switch box. You are correct the booster should be off when you try and watch cable TV and should be ON when you are on Antenna. You could pull the cable connector out hook a coax up to it and then run it through the window to the input on the booster, just for testing. Beyond that it would be hard to say where the cables are running. Getting any info out of Keystone might be a chore, I would call them at 866....425.....4369 and explain the dealer is not helping you out on this. I have worked for several RV manufactures and each one had some type of tech support line for customers for issues like this. Since you are having issues with both the TV and Antenna I would see if you can bypass the booster and see what happens, it is possible it is bad. My goal is for you to be satisfied, we try our best to give the proper direction, if you would still like to try another expert please let me know, I only get credit when you select a rating...... Robert
Most of the boosters will have antenna input, cable input and then output....
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