I have only two receivers and the number of boxes and cords needed for the main box with this swim system is crazy. No Spam No spam, affiliate links, referral codes, self promotion, or novelty bots. So I am removing as much unneeded equipment as possible. Things are just really wrong with the way you are connected. Are there 4 lines coming down the dish or only one? Plus, the customer service to help you through. No Sharing Passwords No discussion about or sharing of accounts or passwords. And this forum software makes it difficult to track or respond to folks that add onto someone else's thread.
Things are just really wrong with the way you are connected. How comfortable are you with tracing the wiring from your dish to your various locations? I am trying to figure out the easiest way to determine if one of the components went bad. Take a quick glance at your dish. This subreddit is focused on the legal, reasonably priced options available. Granted your installer should have taken note of all these things, but once in a while they get distracted and can make a mistake. Why the installer used dual cable is curious. I'm thinking the ground is not necessary in this instance, the splitters can be al;most anywhere in the set up, cant expect to get a separate ground everywhere.
You should call Directv and tell them about the lack of a ground and have them come out to fix it and then find out what the other issue is. Light does appear to be solid green. Off topic and low quality posts or comments will be removed. We're getting into advanced territory now. Other than that, do not use it, it isn't a splitter and it isn't an amplifier.
Not sure if this was necessary. One is a coaxial cable connection which says 24 volts. Try hooking the line that is running from the dish directly to your power supply and then from there to the 34 or 21. Take a quick glance at your dish. So my question is, with the 4 lines running from the dish to the utility room, is the best way to install this in the utility room to just use 1 of the cables and hook it into a splitter, then from there wire to power inserter, then to the rooms. Hope this helped you though. Like mentioned, that install looks pretty nasty just from the 1 shot we see.
I just wanted to clarify that this is correct. I have seen numerous service call solved by simply plugging it directly into the wall. These come in different varieties and all cost the same, so I just use the 1X8 in case of future expansion. You can use it to power a preamp but it isn't an amplifier by itself. In order to configure the system without hitting snags during installation, all of the hardware must be compatible with the system. He replaced that, and still nothing.
Just had a week of bad weather and my receivers 4 stopped communicating with dish 771A error. I have heard it existing. I wasn't sure, so I didn't my wife gets on my ass for wanting to tip everyone, so I'm hesitant. Then connect the rest however you like. I am planning on moving the setup in my bedroom and bringing it downstairs for the afternoon. My splitter is inside the house and has no ground to it. I need to take the cable coming from the red port of the splitter and direct it to the Server in Bedroom A.
Below are pictures of a 1X4 and a 1X8 respectively. I only had one piece of equipment and one outlet needed when I had Dish to run the main setup. I tired to keep this as simple as as I could. Our state of the art servers are located in Lansing, Michigan. It actually sounds quite simple to me. It would also be nice to know if all unused ports are terminated with small metal caps. If you have questions or would like a more technical explanation of anything please let me know.
He also set up my Genie 2 be wireless when I very easily pointed him to a location where it could be wired. Basically there is two wires coming from dish mounted in backyard. One of the things that would be nice to know is if the cable from whatever line is supplying the power is correctly connected to the red insert connection on your splitter. You will have to have a plug in the attic to wire this way. Questions, complaints or suggestions about sub? I have since moved it to the wired location. So you have exceeded the limit for the standard system. I'm not sure how hard or easy that would be to change on your system.
When my contract is up I am going back to Dish because their system is much safer. Had Directv out 3 times for the same issue with in 5 months the last visit only fixed it for 48 hours!!! System has been in operation for about 3 years without a hiccup other than your occasional power loss which is easily resolved by recycling the power inserter. I think you will find that The Satellite Shop is going to cover those bases and more. I will try step 6 next. I've always felt that wired was better than wireless but he disagreed and said I wouldn't see any difference.