I don't think so. THe connectors on XSC1 are coaxial. XFG2 + goes to the center conductor of channel B on XSC1. The ground ring of XSC1 connects to common.For some reason, you appear to have the output of XFG2 shorted to common via the "B" connection of XSC1. ( the black wire ) I don't expect a signal generator will work like that.
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