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#1 OFFLINE   moreira85


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Posted 05 January 2012 - 09:01 PM

I have a VIP 622 thats been working flawlessly. I moved it into the closet and re did the wiring and can't seem to squire a signal. I think I have it hooked up the same. Here it is.

The coax comes in through the wall and I connected it to the input on the triplexer splitter. I then ran two coaxs from sat 1 and 2 on the splitter to the back of the 622 where it says satellite 1 and 2 in. I ran a hdmi from 622 to tv. I left the coax input on the splitter that reads uhf/vhf ch 21-69 unhooked. The tv is picking up the hdmi signal and it is trying to squire the signal which should take 5 mins but its not making any progress.

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#2 OFFLINE   moreira85


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Posted 05 January 2012 - 09:58 PM

Figured it out. Connections were right. I had a splitter before the triplexer. I guess you can't use a splitter before this because I removed it and worked great.

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