Splitting The Tuners

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Guys, sorry if this iquestion sounds redundant, but I couldn't seem to find it anywhere in the forums.

Can I split one coax cable to feed both turners on the HR20...or do I need to have two seperate independent lines coming from the dish?
 
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Guys, sorry if this iquestion sounds redundant, but I couldn't seem to find it anywhere in the forums.

Can I split one coax cable to feed both turners on the HR20...or do I need to have two seperate independent lines coming from the dish?

No a split will not work. And yes you need 2 independent cables to the tuners:eek:
 
Any way I can get around having to run an additional line?
 
No way around it. The receiver is sending a signal back to the LNB on the dish and each tuner needs its own cable or it won't work.
 
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