Hoping to find a simple way to fix an issue with my dish. I've done a lot of testing and here is what I've discovered. When I deploy the dish, with all cabling connected as designed, the dish finds 99, 101, and 103 perfectly, however once it has found the birds and stopped, it would appear that the box in the turret used by Winegard to find the birds either doesn't pass the found signals or opens the circuit stopping the power insertion to the LNB thus killing the signals from the satellites on down to my HR44 Genie after the signals were found and 99, 101, 103 are displayed. At this point, I can get up on top of the motorhome and simply bypass the box in the base of the turret and run the cable from the HR44 Genie directly to the SWM LNB (a splitter is involved here that inserts the power on the line below) and everything starts playing just fine inside. (I'm presuming the box in the turret electrically kills the signals from passing through to the Genie while it's on the hunt for the satellites and tweaking the signals so that the signals don't appear and then disappear on the TV until it has finished the seeking and tweaking process.) It just never sends the signals down after it finds them. (Possibly because it opens the circuit and kills power insertion to the LNB at the end of the hunt and tweaking.) I put a two port SWM3 splitter on the feed line to the LNB at the turret and used one of the unused pass through ports through the turret to a separate additional coax run down to the Genie in an attempt to insert power to the Winegard box in the turret with one line (assuming it might need the power as well as the LNB) while using another power inserter on the run that bypasses the Winegard box in the turret. The results of this configuration allow me to get the signals to the Genie IF I'm passing the power from the Genie through the red port on the splitter for power pass through to the LNB. However, (and I'm assuming here once again because of a lack of knowledge on the way the signals are put on the coax) but it seems that when the splitter is wired this way, the signal from the non-red port on the SWM3 LNB is now not providing all of the signals from ANY satellite in the sky, which then causes the Winegard box in the turret to NOT be able to properly detect the signals from non-DirecTV satellites (I'm presuming) when a seek is initiated so the dish hunts and gives up and stows away. As soon as I reverse the two wires on the SWM-3 two port splitter on the coax from the LNB, allowing the power pass through (red port on splitter) to come from the Winegard Box, It jumps right on the mission and finds the 99, 101, and 103 satellites, but I don't get a signal to the Genie on the other (non-red) port of the splitter as soon as the tweaking has stopped and the display shows 99, 101, 103. Presumably because the Winegard box has now interrupted the power insertion to the LNB because of the malfunction on the Winegard box. (It's like once the Winegard box finds the signals, it disconnects or opens the circuit either between it and the power insertion transformer below or it and and the LNB above and everything stops playing.) In that wiring configuration, I do see the signals fading in and out as the dish is seeking and tweaking from my coax run that's bypassing the Winegard box from the non-red port of the splitter but the power (which was needed through the Winegard Box becomes disconnected by the Winegard box at the end of the alignment procedure, it would seem. Thus, switching my bypassed coax line to the red port on the splitter and supplying the power insertion on that line and turning off the power inserter feeding the Winegard box in the turret, gets everything playing again. I'm just not interested in climbing on the roof of the motorhome every time we set up in a new place. Hoping someone will have an idea about how I might be able to wire this thing in a way that would achieve satisfying the power insertion needs to the LNB while providing a non-filtered signal back to the Winegard box in the turret that allows it to detect other satellite signals and accomplish its alignment procedure, and yet allow me to get a feed from the LNB that bypasses the Winegard box and goes straight to my receivers. (I run a 4 port SWM splitter down below and split to a 2 tuner DVR in the bedroom as well as the HR44 Genie in the Living room and also have A DECA unit connected to a router with "whole house sharing" configured.) Could some kind of a regular splitter be used in this location that doesn't filter anything?