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Old 09-22-2014, 07:41 PM   #15
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Well no luck so far. The 3 ghz coaxial cable from the interior port to the receiver didn't do the job. And Jack and Dave there is no jumpered outlet under the dinette on my '14 model. And dcopps I didn't see one underneath or behind the blue ray player either. Don't know where it might be? So I have a call into the dealership to see if their service department can help me out. Is hopefully something simple and doesn't require a repair visit.
Kinda figures. Airstream doesn't seem to ever update the owners manual. The 2014 manual says that the jumpered outlet is under the table. So the connection to the outside Satellite connection has to terminate somewhere inside. I'd dig behind the Blu Ray.
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Old 09-23-2014, 02:50 PM   #16
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Alright finally got it figured out. The loose sat coax cable that you connect to the sat receiver is located under the white box that holds the blueray player above the dinette. You have to unscrew two screws on the bottom left side of the box, remove it, find the sat cable and then thread it through the hole in the top of the box. Then connect it to your receiver and you are good to go. It does look like I am going to have to add an hdmi splitter to run the blueray player as well though as there is only one HD cable run from the box above the dinette to the bedroom tv (the only tv in my model). Thanks again for all of your help and I hope this info helps some others out down the road. Safe travels to you all!
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Old 09-23-2014, 02:55 PM   #17
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Alright finally got it figured out. The loose sat coax cable that you connect to the sat receiver is located under the white box that holds the blueray player above the dinette. You have to unscrew two screws on the bottom left side of the box, remove it, find the sat cable and then thread it through the hole in the top of the box. Then connect it to your receiver and you are good to go. It does look like I am going to have to add an hdmi splitter to run the blueray player as well though as there is only one HD cable run from the box above the dinette to the bedroom tv (the only tv in my model). Thanks again for all of your help and I hope this info helps some others out down the road. Safe travels to you all!

That's GREAT!!! Glad you got your sat setup! Good Job!!!
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