Originally Posted by Play Harder
I think you need a b band converter with the set top box your using this is most likely your problem after thinking a little- had to use my brain 😜
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While reading through these post I was thinking the same thing.
Originally Posted by Bond
I have seen some old tech support that said the H24 needs a b band converter but I thought that was to make it receive HD channels in in non SWM setup. However I do have one from before my home dish was changed out. I had already put it in the "toolbox" to go back to the camper. I have one and it's easy to hook up so I figured it was worth a try. I will let you know if it worked when I get to camper Friday evening.
B-band converters are required for NON-SWM set-ups only. SWiM's usually have an external 23volt power inserter that the single lnb cable is connected to. This set-up then split (using special satellite splitter) to feed multiple Tv's.
I'm not familiar with the King Dome so, I don't know if it has its' own built in power inserter. Is the King Dome a SWiM or NON-SWiM configuration?