I recently replaced my Sky satellite receiver with a Telewest cable system. The installation guys left me a splitter, as I said I wanted to add a second TV without paying rental for another box, and accepting that the channel will be the same as the main TV. (I may go IR at a later date - if I can find a gizmo that works with Telewest) Current wiring is as follows:- Telewest cable receiver/transmitter:- a Scart to main TV out b Scart to VCR out c Co-ax to VCR out d Standard TV aerial in e Telewest cable in VCR:- a Scart to main TV out b Scart from cable box in c Co-ax from cable box in d Co-ax to main TV out Main TV:- a Scart from cable box in b Scart from VCR in c Co-ax from VCR in I put the cable box output co-ax which originally went into the VCR into the "in" on the splitter, and two co-ax's out - one to the VCR, one to the new TV. I immediately lost terrestial signals to the main TV, and could not find any signal on the new TV. Someone said that the co-ax from cable box to VCR was unneccessary with the scarts, and to simply use that as the output to the new TV. Again, I lost terrestial signal, but I didn't check if the new TV could pick up the cable signal. Is there a standard wiring layout to do want I want to do? Many thanks in advance of your help.