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#1 OFFLINE   peter11456

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Posted 19 April 2013 - 09:49 AM

I'll try to make this short.I hooked up my wireless connection kit, so now my HD DVR receiver is working great with Internet. But I stiil can't figure out where to plug in my DECABB1MRO-0 so I get my whole home service Back.Do I go thru my wireles router, or thru AT&T UVERSE BROADBAND or what. I've had to back away from it cause I get so - - - - off. Any help would be greatly appreciative. Thanks Pete  



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Posted 19 April 2013 - 10:06 AM

Can you tell us more about your setup? How many receivers/DVRs do you have and how are they connected? Did you have WHDVR service at one point and now you don't?


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Posted 19 April 2013 - 02:27 PM

Usually this "DECABB1MRO-0" goes behind the receiver connected to the satellite input. You would then connect your satellite coax to the DECABB1MRO-0. Note that the DECABB1MRO-0 does not get used on the following model H24, H25, HR24, HR34, Hr44

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