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Hi my name is Robert..
Normally you would have a switcher box inside that the cables from the sat. go to If you do not have a switcher box then normally a cable is run to each receiver from the sat so you would have one receiver per TV.... What is the model of the Winegard? I should be able to send you some info on this.... Robert
It is looking like that Sat will supply the coax for two receivers, if you look at the Sat it will have Primary and secondary port. The Secondary cable would have to be run to the receiver that you want to use. Normally in the shop we would punch a hole in a cabinet above that receiver and then loom and secure the coax on the roof with R clamps and 1/4" stainless screws, then seal the screw heads with dicor sealant.
When you drill through the roof start off with a small pilot hole and then use a larger bit, just a bit bigger then the coax. They do have plates that you can secure over the hole, you woulds put the dicor sealant under the plate and then screw it down with the stainless screws..... Hope this helps some, IF you have more questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.... Robert
That is what it is looking like, you could add a splitter however you would have to watch whatever the other TV is watching. It only has two ports and normally you need a receiver per TV. I would see if they have the secondary coax hooked up is so then it might allow you to hook up to one of the TV'S. IF the secondary coax is not hooked up then you will have to run the coax. I have no idea what the connections are for in the livingroom, would be hard to know without a print.... Robert