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RG Question

Just a quick question concerning my RG... I'm having new flooring installed and have to move all furniture. My RG is currently connected via coax in my living room, does anyone know if I can simply plug my RG in another room that I currently have an STB in (via coax)?

 

Thanks!

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ACE - Expert

Re: RG Question

Probably not.  I'd have to know more about the specifics of your wiring to tell you absolutely no.

 

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Scholar

Re: RG Question

What other info do you need?

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The RG is connected to the NID and then the signal is sent from the rg to the stbs.  You will not be able to connect it in a different room.  You would have to have a tech come out and move it to a different room.  And that could aslo incur a service charge.

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Scholar

Re: RG Question

That's kinda what I was thinkin'...  Thanks for the reply!

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