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    Moving skyhd to another room

    This is a discussion on Moving skyhd to another room within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi everyone. New on here so be patient please. I am going to be in the process of wanting to ...

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      Moving skyhd to another room

      Hi everyone.
      New on here so be patient please.
      I am going to be in the process of wanting to move my sky hd box into another room, what is the best way to do this?
      At the moment there is only a coax at the new point of where my new tv is going to be going.
      Also i have 2 more new coax points in my kitchen, how or what would be the best way of getting sky onto the tv thats going into the kitchen?
      Thanks everyone for looking and any help would be much appreciated.
      Nic


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      Re: Moving skyhd to another room

      Two ways.............

      1) Run new cable from the dish to the new room, job done.
      or
      2) Extend the cable from the old room into the new room, job done.

      Regarding the kitchen you could then use the coax point in the new room and run it up from there via RF2 out from the box to where ever it goes (attic?) and then back down into the kitchen.

      Regards
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