Long-time Slashdot reader Theaetetus writes:
I recently bought a house and the previous owner left some coax (mostly RG59) running between rooms for cable distribution. I’m a cord cutter and don’t need cable, and I’ve already run CAT6e everywhere. But before I pull the RG59 out and try to seal the various holes he left, I figured I’d pick Slashdot’s brain: can anyone think of a good non-cable use for spare coax lines?
Leave your best answers in the comments. What can you do with old coaxial cable?
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