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Splitting satellite signal

I have two LNB's from one dish which havwe 4 cables running into a switch. From this switch there are 4 cables supplying signal for my HD tv (2 cables) and two regular tvs (1 cable each) My problem now is trrying to supply a signal to a 3rd reg TV Can this be done with a splitter of some kind?

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Standard spitter can be used for regular TVs. If the signal degrades, it can be boosted with an distribution amp, and could go to 100 TVs on channel 3 (for instance).

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A quick search in the Rand database shows there is a record of you registering your device, however we don't see any service tickets. Have you called Technical Support with your signal issue?

The answer to your question and many others can be found in the FAQ section on our support page at www.randmcnally.com/support. Additionally, for instructional videos on many of the TND & RVND features please visit the Rand McNally You Tube page at www.youtube.com/randmcnallyonline.

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Technical Support is available:
Monday - Friday
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1-877-446-4863
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