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Old 12-29-2012, 09:39 PM   #29
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I want to go back to the In Motion dish discussion...we spent an hour last night with a Dish and never got there completely. New rep tonight, "RV specialist" again...this time we got all three satellites on our front TV. Back TV, we could only get 129.

Front TV now set up with local channels as well.

It was a challenge to get there, and I settled for local and all three sats in front and 129 in back. The Dish tech suggested there might be a wiring problem in the coach to the rear TV...not sure. Do know gor sure that it is not an In motion issue (as the Dish RV specialist suggested last night).

That said, I have all three sats up on a TV with "local" channels in my new location (moved today). So I know it can work...thinking of adding an Anser portable, just as a backup. Any thoughts out there to that approach? $399 is a lot better than 2-3 K for a Traveller.
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I want to go back to the In Motion dish discussion...we spent an hour last night with a Dish and never got there completely. New rep tonight, "RV specialist" again...this time we got all three satellites on our front TV. Back TV, we could only get 129.

Front TV now set up with local channels as well.

It was a challenge to get there, and I settled for local and all three sats in front and 129 in back. The Dish tech suggested there might be a wiring problem in the coach to the rear TV...not sure. Do know gor sure that it is not an In motion issue (as the Dish RV specialist suggested last night).

That said, I have all three sats up on a TV with "local" channels in my new location (moved today). So I know it can work...thinking of adding an Anser portable, just as a backup. Any thoughts out there to that approach? $399 is a lot better than 2-3 K for a Traveller.
When you search with your rear box it will only recognize the satellite that the front tv is on. What I did was put my front tv on HD channels then the rear would search for that one. Only problem is you have to have your front tv on the satellite that you're already tuned into on the rear tv. The main reason I will put the traveller on my coach. Then you can have all the satellites at once on all your tv's.
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