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Old 08-15-2015, 04:16 AM   #1
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Can I put in a second RG6 nipple where the original RG6 nipple is?

I have a 2015 Jayco 33" RLDS. On the right back side of the trailer is the satellite connection (or RG6 Nipple) to run satellite into the trailer for the TV over the fireplace. I was wondering if I could remove the 3 screws, take the plate off holding the nipple in place. I would like to drill another hole there for another nipple. I will be running another cable from the lnb on the dish, to the second nipple. Then I could run a short cable to a second Receiver, and then to the connection that leads to the TV in my bedroom. I want to put another receiver in my bedroom. Just wondering the size of the hole behind the plate. If it is like the rest of the holes that are drilled in the trailer, it will be plenty big. Looking froward to hearing from you.

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Old 08-15-2015, 06:32 AM   #2
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If memory serves me correct, I have done that without putting in the second nipple. If you have the a/b nipples you can put a splitter there and run the a line to your receiver there and using the b side run another signal back to your bedroom, if you follow me. Just have to make sure to turn the fm signal amplifier off. I have also put a coax inlet in my bedroom to run a second line from the lnb direct to the bedroom receiver. That is if you have more than one outlet coming off your lnb.
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I took that plate off mine yesterday to re-terminate the union, The hole is 1 inch.
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Tks for the help

Tks for the replies, I appreciate the help.
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Got it done

Everything went good. Thanks for the help😀
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