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Topic # 24126 15-Jul-2008 20:04
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Ok, a few years ago when MySky was released I got multiroom installed.

When the technician installed the secondary cable they used an existent RF wall plate that is used by TCL for the cable Internet service and so they proceeded to drill a hole in the plate to let the cable through.

Not that I mind - it came as part of the MySky deal so the installation was free. The thing is, I can't remove the cable since it goes from the dish directly to the STB and it look pretty ugly.

Am I allowed to replace the wall plate with a dual RF one?





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  Reply # 148276 15-Jul-2008 20:25
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You might lose a small amount of signal stregth but it should be OK. F Connectors are specified for Sky installations.

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