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Old 11-14-2018, 02:03 PM   #1
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dish tv connection '98 Winnebago Adventurer

I have a 1998 Winnebago Adventurer. For the TV switching from Cable and to the old type tv with screw on connectors not the new plug in type, I have a question I hope someone can answer.
I'm switching from Direct TV to Dish TV for my satellite because Direct is stopping their S/D broadcast early next year. The Dish Wally receiver on the back has the screw on connector for the antenna but has the red white and yellow wires to connect to the back of the TV. Since I don't have the plug ins I have to connect the r w y wires to a RF Converter which will give the ability of a screw on connector for the TV...Here is my problem..I have the standard Winnebago TV,VCR,2TV etc box to control all the different functions for the TVs.
My box is a AUDIOVOX AVCC100 with six screw on connectors on the back.
number 1-TO TV2 2-FROM AUX 3-FROM VCR 3-TO VCR 4-FROM ANT 5-TO TV!
Which one should I plug in the coax from the RF Converter into in order to get the Satellite picture to my TV sets? I know this is a long request but I would appreciate your help...Thanks
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I have a 1998 Winnebago Adventurer. For the TV switching from Cable and to the old type tv with screw on connectors not the new plug in type, I have a question I hope someone can answer.
I'm switching from Direct TV to Dish TV for my satellite because Direct is stopping their S/D broadcast early next year. The Dish Wally receiver on the back has the screw on connector for the antenna but has the red white and yellow wires to connect to the back of the TV. Since I don't have the plug ins I have to connect the r w y wires to a RF Converter which will give the ability of a screw on connector for the TV...Here is my problem..I have the standard Winnebago TV,VCR,2TV etc box to control all the different functions for the TVs.
My box is a AUDIOVOX AVCC100 with six screw on connectors on the back.
number 1-TO TV2 2-FROM AUX 3-FROM VCR 3-TO VCR 4-FROM ANT 5-TO TV!
Which one should I plug in the coax from the RF Converter into in order to get the Satellite picture to my TV sets? I know this is a long request but I would appreciate your help...Thanks
FROM AUX, unless you are using that input for something else. If you don't have VCR anymore, you could use FROM VCR
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Old 11-14-2018, 05:39 PM   #3
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t is what I thought but will this allow the TV to receive the satellite signal to reach the TV as usual?
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