Are you paying too much for cable TV

Subject: Are you paying too much for cable TV
Date: Mon Aug 28 2000 - 15:42:20 CEST


Build Your Own Cable De-scrambler for less than $17. There are only 7 Simple steps to follow, and all the parts (parts number list provided) can be easily found at your local electronics store.

We Send You:
E-Z To follow Assembly Instructions.
E-Z To read Original Drawings.
The Parts List.

Frequently Asked Questions--CABLE TV DE-SCRAMBLER

Q: Will the de-scrambler work on Fiber, TCI, Jarrod and
      Satellite systems?
A: The answer is YES.

Q: Do I need a converter box?

A: This plan works with or without a converter box. Specific
      Instructions are included in the plan for each.
Q: Can the de-scrambler be detected?

A: No, the signal de-scrambles right at the box and does not
      Move back thorough the line.

Q: Do I have to alter my existing cable system, television or
A: The answer is no.

Q: Does this work everywhere across the country?

A: Yes, every where in the USA plus England, Brazil, and
      Other countries.
Q: When I order, when will I get my stuff?

A: We mail out all orders within 48 hours of receiving it.

To get the instruction plans, the easy to follow diagram, and parts list. Just send $17, (Cash ,Check or Money Order.) and you will receive your Cable De-scrambler Plans right away.
You get the complete package all for just $17 (Shipping and Handling included), CA residents please add sales Tax (8.25%)

Send your orders to: SMA
                                       1300 N. Cahuenga Blvd STE#292
                                        Hollywood, CA 90028




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