Power Inserter Question

cummingsje

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I'm doing a little re-wiring (cleaning up loose cables downstairs) and have a question. The installer ran my antenna line and satellite line together with a seperator. Is the power inserter used for that configuration? I would like to run a seperate line from my antenna to my 622 and wasn't sure if I can remove the power inserter. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have a DPP44 feeding a 622 and 211 from a 1000.2 dish. I couldn't find any specific information regarding this in my search. Thanks in advance.
 

cummingsje

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Never mind. It looks like the answer is that I probably should leave it hooked up. Sounds like it MAY shorten the power supply of my 622 and is not there for the seperator.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I've got it all hooked back up with seperate OTA cable and satellite cables (I left the power inserter installed). Seems to be working fine!
 

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Maybe he didn't even know why. :) Now that you have the switch installed, just keep it. It may be useful in the future but yeah BobaBird is correct you don't need a switch for only 2 receivers.
Thanks for the info! Thats good to know since I was considering dish'n up the 211 for another 622 / 722 in the future.
 

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