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Just installed DECA adapters, 771A error


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#21 OFFLINE   Stuart Sweet

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Posted 05 March 2011 - 04:21 PM

Not really, but we fake it pretty well. :lol:


Don't be so modest. You guys probably know that veryoldschool is probably the leading authority on SWiM/DECA outside of DIRECTV. And he does it all for free. Very impressive.
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#22 OFFLINE   brazil68

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 05:58 PM

you have the receiver DECA connected wrong! the built in coax goes into the Sat in of the receiver / ethernet to the back of the receiver's ethernet port. the "power to swim" on the power inserter connects to your wall plate or whatever coax is coming "in" to the house "from" the dish outside. The signal to IRD goes into the threaded barrel on the end of the receiver DECA

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 06:38 PM

you have the receiver DECA connected wrong! the built in coax goes into the Sat in of the receiver / ethernet to the back of the receiver's ethernet port. the "power to swim" on the power inserter connects to your wall plate or whatever coax is coming "in" to the house "from" the dish outside. The signal to IRD goes into the threaded barrel on the end of the receiver DECA


A little late to the party, but :welcome_s

So I went ahead and moved the DECA and it looks like that was it!


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