Hi, I wanted to know how exactly do you do ground bonding part as described below at step number 4 for installing the isolator.
"4. The grounding (ground bonding) should be performed on the subscriber
side only. Otherwise you will bypass the transformer and the current
will still be there. The grounding is usually a female to female
adapter mounted inside the cable tv wiring box and it will have a wire
going to a ground rod or hooking to your electrical or something metal
on the electrical system nearby. So just make sure this is screwed-in
on the subscriber side. That safely "grounds" your cable TV wires
inside the home while electrically isolating your line to stop the
unwanted current flow."
Also, do I have to open the cable tv wiring box for this step? I'm looking to simply use this isolator for my cable internet from my ISP which is simply connected to a gray plastic box (cable tv wiring box??) that is locked and that I cannot access.
Can you please explain more about this in detail especially the ground bonding part? I wonder if pictures can help me understand this better. Thanks.
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