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Getting Sky+ in my bedroom

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by po_man, May 7, 2005.

  1. po_man

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    Hope someone can help. I have Sky+ downstairs and 17" DMtech DVD/TV combi in the bedroom and am having trouble connecting my sky to the upstairs set.
    I may be well off the mark here, but currently I have a lead from the set in the bedroom going into the "RF OUT - 1" socket. The outdoor aerial obviously goes into the "aerial IN" socket in the back of the SKY+ box.

    Can anyone shed anylight on this dilema? Many thanks
     
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    Providing you have made the connections properly,ie no short circuits on the cable, all you need to do is tune in the upstairs set.
     
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    I'm such a dumb a*s!! You're right! The connections have been right all along, all i needed to do was tune it in! My problem was that I was just pressing the "AV1" and "AV2" buttons etc... and not bothering to try and tune it in!! Many thanks, i can now watch me footie and movies upstairs!!
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