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Old 09-26-2018, 07:28 PM   #1
brute84
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M.O.C. #21174
Finally got around to directly wiring my coax connections on my 3731

After about a month of spotty reception on the primary TV and even spottier reception on the bedroom TV i installed coax plates on the exterior of the RV and connected the TVs directly. Problem solved, both TVs now get 100% reception with the only inconvenience being that the secondary needs to be on the same satellite. Added bonus is that i used the existing antenna ports to connect each TV to an OTA device to get the local channels. I am content with the solution.

I am using a Carryout 2+ installed on the ladder with two Wally receivers. I used a clam shell coax plate in the living room and a recessed coax plate in the bedroom slide out. The recessed coax plate idea came from this site.

BTW, I found a website that listed what Dish channels are on what satellites. I created a Dish satellite channel guide for reference while i am using the bedroom TV. I will post the document on a separate post for easier reference.
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