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Old 04-10-2015, 09:07 PM   #21
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i have not found an outside hook up for cable or sat . is there one if so where ?
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From the videos I have watched, it should be right above the outlets right by the main door.
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Old 04-10-2015, 09:57 PM   #22
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On the 29hfs, the cable inlet is on the off door side next to the power cord inlet. Until recently we were only running cable not satellite.
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I did request sat input on my build
So don't know if that's standard- it's easy to convert a cable only one to do both though.
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Old 04-11-2015, 08:23 AM   #24
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Until recently we were only running cable not satellite.
I'm hoping I might have had something to do with that decision...Thanks again to Mike C at XLR for my dramatic satellite conversion/install...

Good luck with the HDMI deal, sounds like wireless might be the least painful but most $ way to go...
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Mine only had Cable connection outside. I did a little change at the television outlet (antenna and cable) to allow connection to Dish receiver as well splitting it to the television, for times I only want to use the OTA antenna or have a CG cable feed. I fed the tele with HDMI from the receiver and only have the one tv. I have a 50' HDMI cable in the house without a problem. There are different HDMI cable technologies, but I am not up on them. I looked at my unit yesterday and eyed the air conditioner ducts for possible HDMI cabling. I don't know how they / it would work with the bends, but it looks like a good option. A strong point is that the cable length would be much shorter than running under floor.
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From the videos I have watched, it should be right above the outlets right by the main door.

Thanks . heading out today to the unit and will have another look .
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I did request sat input on my build
So don't know if that's standard- it's easy to convert a cable only one to do both though.

I'll check it out today . i won't be using the antenna as out west where i am very little if any over the air tv .i will most likely remove the antenna and install the dish up there . i have the wineguard auto find dish
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