Pace Set Top Box Instructions

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Pace makes digital set-top boxes for a variety of pay-TV market service providers, such as Comcast Cable. When you subscribe to a cable service, your set-top box is often installed by the cable provider's technician. If you need to disconnect your Pace set-top box, you don't need to call your cable technician to reconnect the box. You can perform this on your own.

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Setup Using A/V Cables

Step 1

Connect the coaxial cable wire coming from the wall, this cable carries the main cable TV signal, into the RF-in connector labeled "Cable In" on the back of the Pace set-top box.

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Step 2

Plug one end of the red A/V cable into the red "R" "Audio Out" jack on the back of the Pace set-top box. Plug one end of the white A/V cable into the white "L" "Audio Out" jack on the back of the Pace set-top box. Plug one end of the yellow A/V cable into the yellow "Video Out" jack on the back of the Pace set-top box.

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Step 3

Follow the same pattern as you connect the other end of each A/V cable to an A/V-in panel on the TV.

Step 4

Plug the TV's power cable into the "Power Outlet" on the back of the Pace set-top box.

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Step 5

Connect the power cable, which came with the Pace set-top box, to the "Power Input" port on the back of the set-top box. Plug the set-top box's power cable into a power strip or wall outlet.

Step 6

Switch on the TV. Use the "Input" button on the TV's remote control to change the video input channel on the TV to the appropriate A/V source.

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Setup Using Coaxial Cable

Step 1

Connect the coaxial cable wire coming from the wall, this cable carries the main cable TV signal, into the RF-in connector labeled "Cable In" on the back of the Pace set-top box.

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Step 2

Screw one end of the independent coaxial cable wire into the RF-out connector labeled "To TV" on the back of the Pace set-top box. Screw the other end of this cable into the "RF In" connector on the back of the TV.

Step 3

Plug the TV's power cable into the "Power Outlet" on the back of the Pace set-top box.

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Step 4

Connect the power cable, which came with the Pace set-top box, to the "Power Input" port on the back of the set-top box. Plug the set-top box's power cable into a power strip or wall outlet.

Step 5

Switch on the TV and tune it to Channel 3.

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