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Adding additional dvrs

I have a direct tv 4 receiver setup in which I recently took 2 cables and used them for one dvr.This made me un-subscribe 1 receiver box. I was then given another dvr and I hooked it up to the remaining 2 cables.This made me un-subscribe another receiver box. I would like to resubscribe my other 2 boxes but there are no-more lead ins from the lnb's. Is it possible to multiply the 4 lead ins to hook up the other 2 boxes.
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I have directtv, how do I add an additional receiver

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