I need help with finding the proper routing of my coax and splitter. I put my Dish service on hold for six months for financial reasons. I put a TV antenna on my Rhon 45 forty foot tower. I bought a splitter and run the coax from the antenna to the splitter. I then unhooked the coaxs from the Dish splitter (one for each TV) and hooked them to the TV splitter. All worked fine. My wife recently talked me into reactivating our Dish account so she could watch the Hallmark Christmas Movies. I rolled my eyes and said only if there is plenty of alcohol in the house!! I failed to take a picture of the original Dish coax/splitter set up. I figured it would be same as any other splitter BUT NO that is not the case! Two bonded coax coming from satellite into a termination block of some sort. Four ports. Two for satellite and only one going out. The forth has always had a plastic cap on it. I took the one coax from block to the Dish splitter. Any other normal splitter has one single input by itself on one side and two outputs on other side. A simple "T" configuration. Not Dish! Hooked it up the logical way and one TV says "complete signal loss" and nothing on other TV. I have one Vip722k receiver. Ports on Dish splitter are labeled as following; side with single port is labeled "IN/OUT". Side with two ports is labeled "SAT" on one and "VHF/UHF" on other side. What have I done wrong? Any and all help is appreciated.