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Old 03-20-2012, 04:58 PM   #1
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Wingard sat system

The new 5er is at the dealer getting the sat system installed before I take delivery. I talked to the dealer installing the satellite dish (windgard for dish network). Not sure I understand what they are doing. He is telling me he has to run two cables to each tv location?????? Does anyone know anthing about this? Why does each locating need two wires. My system at home don't.

I'm so confused??
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Which antenna is getting installed? Specific model.
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I'd have to go back to the paperwork and get the model of the dish. It is the one that finds it's own satellite but not while on the move.

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I beleive it is called "travlier 1000".
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It looks like there's only 1 coax to run to each receiver
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