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How do I hook up my Dish Satelite to it?

Just bought this TV at an auction. I can get the TV to work threw the coax hookup on the back with rabbit ears but when I hook up the Dish Network satelite to the coax I don't get any reception and I can use the same coax to another TV and it works so I must be doing something wrong. I did get my dish network remote to work with the TV. Please help

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Should go from your satellite to dish box might say sat on bck of box then the next [connection think says tv that should go to tv itsself or dvd vcr whatever ur hooking up to it then from that point hook it to ur tv

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