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Old 12-02-2016, 03:36 PM   #1
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Outside TV hookup

have a 2013 discovery 40e,outside tv is built in,don't work, is on hdi1 from rear direct tv receiver,has a transmitter there that goes to a receiver next to the outside tv,old direct tv receiver had a hdi1 port,new one don't, it has a ubl,what to do now is the question,help would be nice?????
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have a 2013 discovery 40e,outside tv is built in,don't work, is on hdi1 from rear direct tv receiver,has a transmitter there that goes to a receiver next to the outside tv,old direct tv receiver had a hdi1 port,new one don't, it has a ubl,what to do now is the question,help would be nice?????
your post is hard to discern. your saying the rear Bedroom direct TV receiver goes wireless to your outside Tv ?

what is a UBL port? did u mean USB? if so there is a adapter for the usb to HDMI

if this is the genie system then its really confusing because the remote mini geni is hooked to Tv via HDMI
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The outside TV is HDMI wired to the HDMI booster box that should be in your lower left cabinet which feeds the bedroom TV and outside TV. Make sure your sat receiver is plugged into that booster and turned on. Then outside TV on and set to Channel 3 and use the TV remote to cycle which input is fed (HDMI 1 or 2)

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