Posted on October 2, 2012
Can I splice into a line currently in my attic and run it to another When I moved into my home the Directv tech that set up my system in I was wondering if I could go into the attic and splice into the line going from my dish to. A DirecTV satellite dish may need realignment when strong winds, accidental movement, and various other situations occur. It may also become necessary to. Typical line of site issues are buildings, trees and mountains. DTV cannot provide services unless all satellite locations are available at the.
I live in an apartment, that had a 18" round dish on the roof, that is But what if two of the lines, I just want to go into the DirecTV DVR Plus (I. If you want to know how to align a satellite dish. very low on the horizon which can make line of sight much trickier due to nearby obstructions. Forum discussion: I have Direct tv service. Can I use an existing run that is located on the outside of my home to a bedroom outlet to add.
The Direct TV Satellite dish works great when properly pointed. The dish requires a line-of-sight connection and the correct alignment angle to. Learning to align your own satellite dish can save you hundreds of dollars over Your chosen location should have a clear line of sight facing south, and be free.