Take off cable wire connector and put it back in.


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Old 01-07-23, 09:59 AM
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Take off cable wire connector and put it back in.

I don't know how to take off the cap. I need to take it off, so that I can insert it through the hole on the metal frame, then put it back in and connect it to the antenna outside.

 

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Old 01-07-23, 10:40 AM
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Unless you already have an RG6 coax stripper and compression fitting installation tool, you are probably better off just drilling the hole bigger.
 
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Old 01-07-23, 10:48 AM
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You cannot take the RG6 connector off. As Carbide posted, the only way to remove it is to cut it off and then install a new one. Just cut a bigger hole and then seal it up with caulk or duct seal.
 
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Old 01-09-23, 05:17 AM
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My first thought was to install a pass-through connector in the existing hole with a second cable for the inside run.

Bulkhead RF Connector
 
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the_tow_guy He needs an F Connector the one you linked is for SO239/UF connectors.

I have used These in the past for outdoor antennas before I got mine in the mid 1990's from RadioShack (Remember them? LoL!)

I don't think you can use one of These because the threaded portion is not long enough and I have never seen a longer one before.

Or you can just drill a bigger hole or cut the end off and use a compression tool to put a new end on both of which were said already.
 
 

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