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    Running Sky RF through internal wiring in flat

    This is a discussion on Running Sky RF through internal wiring in flat within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; We're moving in to a new build flat next month, there's a faceplate with Satellite and Aerial/RF outputs in the ...

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      Running Sky RF through internal wiring in flat

      We're moving in to a new build flat next month, there's a faceplate with Satellite and Aerial/RF outputs in the lounge, and a similar plate in the bedroom.

      Can we put the powered RF Out into one of the RF outs in the lounge, then magic eye on the bedroom side?

      Edit: just realised this is probably the wrong forum. Ever so sorry!
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      Re: Running Sky RF through internal wiring in flat

      It is unlikely that they will work like that, chances are that they are independant from each other and both run back to the main distribution point.

     

     

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