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Old 03-15-2016, 10:50 AM   #11
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I just bought a short piece of 'flat coax', and opened a window, and ran that short piece in that window, and connect directly through that piece from dish to receiver.

I could never make the TT's internal cabling system work at all for a receiver that needed in-wire power, like the SwM module I have.

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Old 03-15-2016, 02:08 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by rkulbok View Post
cmalberto - After getting advice from other board members I simply attached the cable input from the switch, in the overhead passenger compartment, to the satellite input in the reveiver and I am using a wireless HDMI transmitter to get the picture and sound to the TV. So far everything is working fine.

With this set I am limited to having satellite on only 1 TV at a time but, since it is only my wife and I don't think it will be a big issue.

Good luck with you new MH.
I think that will be the plan - one TV is and has been fine even though this thing has 5 of them = overkill - but I can always run the receiver to the outside TV manually when needing to tailgate or what-ever we will do outside.

Thanks for the reply.

Mickey Alberto
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