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    connecting to new dish

    i bout a new dish network turbo hd dish with the dp plus head for tailgating. I need to know which connector to connect to if I am just hooking 1 hd receiver to it. the lnb head has 4 connectors on it a 1, 2 ,3 and lnb in




    The reciever i am hooking up to only has one dish in connector on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by birdsup35 View Post
    i bout a new dish network turbo hd dish with the dp plus head for tailgating. I need to know which connector to connect to if I am just hooking 1 hd receiver to it. the lnb head has 4 connectors on it a 1, 2 ,3 and lnb in

    Any port will work fine. Except the LNB IN.

    You only need too hook up one cable also. Just use a DPP Separator.

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    the receiver i am hooking to only has one dish in connector. Do I still need the seperator???

    So I can hook up to 1,2, or 3 on the dish and get all my channels?

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    Single tuner receivers do not need the separator. The switch is built into the lnb, you will get all the sats that your dish sees by connecting to any one of the outputs.

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