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I am plugging in a cable from the dishnet satellite in to the antenna port in back and i can't get it to work. But my other tv's work fine doing the same thing

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You usually cant go directly from the dishnet sat antenna to the tv without convert (dish box) i would try put it in the cable port and run from the menu options channel scan. do tht as well with the antenna port.

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One end of the coax cable is connected to your antenna. The other end connects to a coax port on the back of the receiver labeled "TV/Antenna Cable In". All DISH Network receivers have this port on the back except our "K" series receivers. These receivers require a module to plug into the back of the receiver. Connect the antenna cable to this port, "TV/Antenna Cable In", if the receiver has the port available. I hope this helps.

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