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Old 09-29-2020, 12:31 AM   #1
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Ouch! I just put a big hole in the side of my 321RSTS

But it's all good now, I got tried of trying to connect my satellite. to get my king satellite to play of both tv's. Every time my wife and I goes out I'm always playing with trying to get both tv's to show my satellite.

My wife was telling me to sit down some place but I wouldn't because I couldn't get both tv's to work so I sit down for a while and then I think about it and I get back up and this have been going on now for the past two season.

So I said enough is enough, I have read on how other people connect their satellite but I just couldn't get it and I didn't want to watch the same show as my wife watch all the time. I have the King Pro II with two output on the antenna so I seen where I could drill a hole using the diagram that I got from Jayco and did it and now I'm good to go.

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Old 09-29-2020, 12:34 AM   #2
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A little more, this system go right to the satellite antenna and bypass all of the splitters.
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Old 09-29-2020, 05:12 AM   #3
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Little things mean a lot! Now relax.

I just replaced my combo jack on the outside of my rig as it was worn out. Mine is white.
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Old 09-29-2020, 06:14 AM   #4
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Looks great! Best way to get all the signal strength.
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I have a Pathway X2 for the living room tv and a Playmaker for the bedroom tv. To get direct connections and bypass the Jayco supplied connection in the wet bay I basically did the same thing but took a little different approach. For the living room tv I removed the radio antenna, since we didn't use it anyway, and replaced it with one of the outside cable connectors. Since it was right behind the tv getting the cable to the Wally was easy. For the bedroom I put the connection inside the bay storage, mounting it just above the 110V outlet on the right side. There is a wire/water line run under the bedroom drawers which made for an easy feed the cable form the connector to the Wally resting on the chest of drawers.

I was afraid to drill any new holes thru the outside as I had no idea what I would hit. I guess I could have asked Jayco. Your installation does look good.
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Old 09-29-2020, 02:34 PM   #6
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Thank you guys I did went behind the wet bay area and seen that I would probably be in more work than what I was will to do.

This way was straight forward for me since I did the same for the living area I felt a little confident doing this.

I have a tester so I did test it and I know this will work for me, now we have one more time to out again, I will see for sure.
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