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what cable is used for comcast

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:) I am trying to move my comcast to a new room and the cable is to short. I need to add a new cable and I am unsure what the cable is. Compression conector is PCT-DRS-6 and printed on the cable is AX3910122 990096. F677 TS UU cm cc STL, us or CATV ETL us 18 AWG 816 FT. I have no idea what all this means. I just want to add a longer cable with two connectors that are PCT-DRS-6.
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The cable that comes from outside to the box inside.

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Are you talking about the cable cord or the internet cord?
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You are looking for what is called coax cable. You can get it in various lengths from any electronics store. Best Buy, Circuit city, Radio Shack, etc.

It looks like THIS
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