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If you have cable TV or a home video system or you’re connected to the internet by an Ethernet cable, you likely have coaxial cable in your house.

A coaxial cable is easy to spot. Unlike the flat wiring and cables that carry electricity to lamps and appliances, coaxial cable (often called coax) is round and fat. It is not difficult to work with, but it does require a little more care and some special tools to run the cable throughout your house and make the necessary connections.


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