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Old 07-11-2011, 04:07 PM   #1
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Satellite in bedroom???

Hello I'm completely new at this so please take it easy on me haha We have a 2010 365 bhs and are trying to get satallite in the top bedroom. Would this be a "wireing" thing or a "contact dish network" thing lol please help!! Thanks!
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Old 07-11-2011, 04:18 PM   #2
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Do you have a satellite receiver in the 365 now?
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Yes a dual tuner from Dish. At our "1st" home the second tv has a cable to it so I know the signal isn't wireless or anything. But I am unsure how to do this in the camper without having to fun a million wires and tearing stuff up.
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Old 07-11-2011, 04:29 PM   #4
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Same thing here. Run the TV2 output to the B port on A/B plate and it should feed TV2 to the other jacks in the RV (including the one outdoors) Be sure that the Antenna amplifier is turned off.



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Oh, and you'll need to use your UHF remote for TV2 in the other locations.
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OMG! Thank you! *Runs about house to try this*
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Post how it turns out for you.
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I dont have a TV2 jack...How do I upload a pic of what i do have?
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What model dish receiver do you have?
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The TV2 out is called the Home Distribution Connection. It's the connection right next to where the UHF antenna hooks up into. So run an RG-6 cable from the home distribution to the B port on the a/b plate and you'll be set. (and your receiver has to be in dual mode)
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