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Installation issues

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by Dish Novice, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. Dish Novice

    Dish Novice New Member

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    I recently moved from cable to Dish - so far so good....

    I also go camping and would like to take my 211 with me - I've purchased a 1000.2 antenna and off I went.

    I could not get the system running - set up the antenna with AZ, SK & EL from book - antenna was level - could not pull in 110, 119 or 129.

    I use 3 quad shield rg6 cables to a Dish Network triplex to get one cable to the 211 receiver.

    What an I missing?

    Do I need a DPP44 switch - and if I do, do I need the power pack as well????

    Thanks for any and all help.

    Dish Novice
     
  2. James Long

    James Long Ready for Uplink! Staff Member Super Moderator DBSTalk Club

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    From a 1000.2 dish you should be able to connect a single cable from the first output on the DISH to the receiver and not have anything else in between.
     
  3. boba

    boba Hall Of Fame

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    Try setting up the dish in your back yard to gain experience. I would suggest a dish 300 as a better camping dish it only sees 1 satellite but it is much easier to set up because you are looking for only one satellite.
     
  4. VDP07

    VDP07 Godfather

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    I assume you are trying to use your system in some sort of RV. If so, I suspect you are running the sat cable through your RV's factory installed cabling. Most newer RV's (last 5 years or so) have connections for both satellite and park cable. If yours does not, there is most likely a splitter in the line somewhere. If there is more than 1 outlet in your RV there is definatly a splitter somewhere. If this is the case you'll have to modify your RV's factory cabling or run a direct cable from your dish to the receiver.
     

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