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Dish Network 625 - how to install and get it to work on 2 tv's. We have one working, need directions on how to get it to work on another tv as well.

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On the back of the receiver there is a port labeled IN HOME DISTRIBUTION. Connect a coax to this port and the other end to the other TV. You will then need to put the other TV on 60 air or 73 cable and go back to the original TV with the receiver and using TV1 remote press MENU - 6-1-5 and change the TV 2 OUT to the station you have the other TV on. Now select done and you should have a picture on TV2. eNSURE THE ANTENNA ON THE BACK OF THE RECEIVER IS ELEVATED TO HIGHEST POSITION.Thanks for using Fix Ya.

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