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how can i make my motorola receiver wireless

my gateway is connected to the telephone jack, but then I have to run a coaxial cable to my motorola 2200 receiver, but I live in an apartment building and can not put holes in the wall so I have to run my coaxial cable over the floor.  The configuration of my very small apartment makes moving the receiver and tv to the wall the telephone jack is on very uncomfortable for tv viewing.  Can I make the motorola 2200 wireless?

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Re: how can i make my motorola receiver wireless

Great question for the TV forum.... (wireless = cell phones).  Moving the post

 

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‎10-10-2018 6:23 PM

Re: how can i make my motorola receiver wireless

No, you would either have to add a wireless receiver for another $10 a month or swap the existing receiver for a wireless 7005.

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