tvlink wont work

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  1. redeye

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    DarkOrange Hi can anybody help me get this tvlink up n running?
    We have connected everything as stated, but the remote control wont work in the other room. Do I need to buy a seperate remote control? The light comes on when I connect the link to the digibox but not on my other tv.
    Thanks :D
     
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    I know you have to have an unbroken cable between the two. Also you have to switch the power on for the second RF outlet.
     
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    Thanks Wicket. Got it sorted it was a loose tvlink socket, they dont fit tightly on the cable so I taped it on. :thumbsup:
     
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    My TVlink is broken. I have managed to to break the part that goes into the back of the second TV. I have been trying to remove this part so I can just buy another one and fit that but I dont know how to remove it from the cable - help please!

    On another matter, my SKY+ is being installed (with multiroom) in a couple of weeks and I was wondering if there are any restrictions on the where the second box goes.

    I assume that a new cable is run from the dish for the multiroom box? If so I estimate the lenght of cable for the room I want it in will be 25m.

    The setup I want is SKY+ in the lounge with TVlink from this into spare room upstairs. Then I want multiroom box in my bedroom.

    Thanks

    James
     

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