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05-14-2020, 10:08 PM
I have a 2020 keystone fusion fifth wheel with multiple tvs. I bought a dish tailgator pro with two wallys. how do I make connections to the existing coax ports on camper to get two tvs working?

05-15-2020, 12:02 PM
Welcome to the forum, hope someone can answer that for you. I have a Dish/traveler/H3 setup and I had to have a pro set it up.
There are probably many Youtube vids on this, and if you just google 'Dish Wally setup, you get a lot of hits.
Good luck,

05-25-2020, 04:54 PM
Tripp Lite 2-Port 4K HDMI Splitter, 1 In 2 Out, Ultra HD (UHD) Video & Audio (B118-002-UHD),Multicolor
This is what I bought to watch tv in two rooms with Dish box it mirrors the same program. One tv is in the living room and the second in the bedroom up stairs, I ran 50ft of HDMI cable from on tv to the second up through the belly. Works really well

05-25-2020, 07:43 PM
Does your tailgator have one or two cable hookups? You need a connection for both TVs.If you only have one you will have to switch the cable form TV to the other.

05-25-2020, 08:16 PM
I have a 2017 Fuzion and I use Directv... there is a satellite hook up for all tv’s... I run one cable from my dish to a 3 way splitter and then to the satellite prep connection. Then in the rv at the tv location I hook up my Directv boxes. Note: there are two cable options behind the tv... one for antenna one for satellite) use the satellite! Obviously then you’ll need to set up and scan the tv’s. Good Luck!

Larry drv 7*3
06-13-2021, 09:12 AM
A-B switch would solve the "switching cables"