I've been a tech for Dish Network for 12 years & Directv for 3 years. I also was a Paratrooper (509th)...
Hugo once ur receiver is connected inside ur RV, There's a connection outside ur RV. U'll need a piece a coax wire from that connection to the Tailgater. Also make sure u don't have a splitter in the RV wiring, This is a big issue on the installs I've done in RV's. if there is a splitterull have to remove it so the tailgater can work properly. If u can't, u'll need to run coax fron the receiver to the tailgater bypassing the wiring in ur RV. Let me know if u need more help.11 comments
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As long as you have existing coaxial that is not damaged, you should just hook it up to a 211 receiver and it should work. The only way you would have to change out the cables is if you were tryingh to run from a high definition receiver. Since this is not the case you should be fine. Also may sure that it is stationary when attempting to install.1 comment