I'm living in a new apartment that has been fitted for Sky+ and a redistribution to the other rooms. I've just connected a tvLink and I can't receive a power signal to it down the RF. I'll describe the setup and would appreciate any advice anyone has to offer All cables terminate in a junction box in the utility room. The junction box is shown in these pics (identical except for the resolution): Large pic (1MB): http://www.lowe-norris.com/images/RF-connections.jpg Small pic: http://www.lowe-norris.com/images/RF-connections-small.jpg Eight cables: Three cables run to the lounge. Two cables run to the shared dish. Three cables run to each of the bedrooms (one cable to each bedroom). The two feeds come into the box and then are connected directly out to two of the cables running to the lounge where they go into the Sky+ box. These are the looped cables top left and bottom left of the pic. The return RF from the Sky+ in the lounge comes into the top of the splitter and distributes the signal to the three feeds from the bedrooms that connect to the splitter at the bottom. I *can* watch Sky in all the rooms - so the RF signal is retransmitted fine. I have gone into the installer menu on the box and enabled the RF signal as stated in the instructions. To test the tvLink, I plugged the tvLink directly into the return RF in the back of the Sky+ box: the light on the tvLink comes on, and it works with the remote However, if I plug the tvLink into any of the RF outlet wall sockets in the bedrooms, no light comes onto the tvLink My guess is that the power signal comes fine down into the top of the splitter but then the splitter cannot retransmit the power signal that's needed to power the tvLink? Do I need to replace the splitter with a three way amplifier of some sort that can transmit the RF power signal (one with digital bypass)? To be frank, I've got no experience with this stuff so I am only guessing. Suggestions appreciated? Alistair.