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Sorry for the delay in thanking you....I'm camping in northern California and my internet connection is slowww. Got the second BBC and connected and the HR-24 works fine. Thanks for your instructions on how to accomplish that. NOW....my next project is to get the rear TV on the satellite. With my old D11 box there was an Out To TV cable which I think hooks to the Video Distribution Center Box and then to the bedroom TV. Since the HR-24 doesn't have an Out To TV connector, I'm not sure what I need to do. I didn't want to use a second receiver in the coach. The HR-24 connects to the front tv with HDMI. Any suggestions?
Just go to your local Radio Shack (or Wal-Mart) and buy an RF Modulator like this one.
http://www.radioshack.com/product/index ... Id=2103095
Now, you just plug in the red, white and yellow connection on the back of the receiver and the back of the modulator and you will have a coax output that you can connect to the distribution box and all will be well again.
Traveling the Western US by RV
I bought the RF Modulator at Radio Shack and hooked it up as you instructed, Bill......it works! Leaving next week on an extended trip, so it will be nice to have the satellite working properly with the new equipment. I've learned alot. Thanks again.
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