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Old 04-16-2018, 02:44 PM   #11
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There is one splitter on the cable shown on the schematic as "Satellite Jumper" that runs between the two TVs, but that cable shouldn't need to be used for a standard satellite install.

Make sure you are getting the right satellite cable. Each TV has 3, and 1 of those has a splitter and runs between TVs only. But of course Redwood may not have been consistent.
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Brad that may be the case on mine as I don't have satellite, but did find the splitter on the orange cables. Like you said, who knows which guy in what mood ran the cables that day.
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Old 04-16-2018, 04:59 PM   #13
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Vaughan,

I know that I have mentioned this is posts before but Brad is right, his had a splitter that had to be removed. Don't know if the difference was my '14 but the orange cable runs had no splitter. The splitter will kill your satellite signal and must be removed or bypassed.

On another note, I was reading on another forum, folks having issues with the Wally.

Good luck and let us know how you make out.

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On mine I only had to remove the splitter because I used that Satellite Jumper cable to feed the basement TV direct so I could install a Joey as a 3rd TV. Otherwise my main cables from the roof and convenience center didn't have any splitters.

What's wierd, is I used the Dish splitter to separate the signal from the roof to bedroom to go to both the bedroom and the basement, and the Dish splitter worked perfectly - no signal loss. I was able to put a Joey in the bedroom and another in the basement, so all 3 TVs could watch a separate channel.

I miss that system, but it did cost a bunch per month.
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