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mary+tomlins
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How do I fit the IO link so that I can see sky HD all around the house?

since updatoing to skyhd I can no longer see sky on my other tvs in other rooms. I have puchased an IO link but do not know where to fit it.

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Mark39
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There's an IO socket on the rear panel of your Sky box -...

There's an IO socket on the rear panel of your Sky box - plug the Link in there. Plug the cable which supplies your other TVs into the RF output socket on the Link (the one with the label above it). If you have a terrestrial TV aerial, plug the cable from that into the remaining socket on the Link. HOWEVER, do be aware that the Link only provides sufficient signal for one connected TV and one magic eye (if you're using them). If you have want than one TV to be supplied by the link you'll need some additional kit.

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Kei+M
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How do I fit the IO link so that I can see sky HD all around the house?

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Hi mary+tomlins and thanks for taking the time to register on our community forum to post about installing the IO link.

 

You can find a guide on how to install the IO link here.

 

Let us know how you get on.

 

Cheers,

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