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I have a tv connection to Foxtel with a Foxtel dish antenna and am asking if a free to air tv can use the same antenna? Can you do this for me?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Richard replied 2 years ago.
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This can be done if you know which way the Free to Air signal is coming from.
You will need to drop the dish down and aim it toward the signal so it can receive it. This is usually at a 45-50 degree angle to a flat angle.
Then Unscrew the cable off the LNB connection and join a lead from this cable and strap the other end directly onto the dish. Thenrun the lead from the foxtel outlet to the tv as per normal.
You can then receive the signal.
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