When you contract with a cable provider for cable TV service, the provider typically installs all essential equipment in your home. However, if you find yourself in the position of having a Comcast cable box -- like the Rng110 -- that has not been installed, it is easy to connect and have up and running in no time. All you need is some easily-obtained audio/video equipment to start enjoying your Comcast cable service through the Rng110.
Connect a coaxial cable from the wall cable jack to the "cable in" connection on the far left side of the Rng110's back panel. Screw on the coaxial connector snugly.
Attach the audio/video cable or cables from the back panel of the Png110 to the TV's audio/video input panel. The Png features HDMI, component or RCA video output ports; using whichever cable you choose, plug one end into the corresponding out port on the Png and the other end into the input port on the TV.
Tune the TV to the video input to which you connected the Png. This is done using the input selection control, usually labeled "input," "source" or the like. Press it repeatedly until the TV displays the input, power on the Comcast receiver, and you are now ready to view your Png through your TV.