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Discussion topic: What is an IO link and how do I get one?

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What is an IO link and how do I get one?

@Lisa-P1987.

Can you help me with connecting my other TV's in the house to my replacement Sky + box as it does not have an output Co-axial socket, what is an IO link and how do I get one?

 

 

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@Lisa-P1987 wrote:

 

The IO link is an option but we do not help customers set it up unfortunately. You could search the community for other posts which might direct you to how to do it. Or a google search will bring up plenty of articles and videos. 

 

 


Or if you come unstuck @TonyS, just post again and someone here will be happy to help

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@TonyS wrote:

@Lisa-P1987.

Can you help me with connecting my other TV's in the house to my replacement Sky + box as it does not have an output Co-axial socket, what is an IO link and how do I get one?


An IO Link is an adaptor which connects to your Sky box's IO port (on the back) and provides an RF in and one RF out socket. You can buy one from the Sky Accessories store (or an online retailer).

 

https://accessories.sky.com/catalogue/tv/all

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Re: Satellite tuning details for BBC3

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@Mark39 is bang on. 

 

Sky doesn't provide them as standard, if you want to view Sky on another tv in the house you need to take Multiscreen. 

 

The IO link is an option but we do not help customers set it up unfortunately. You could search the community for other posts which might direct you to how to do it. Or a google search will bring up plenty of articles and videos. 

 

 

Thanks

Lisa - Sky Tech Team Expert
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@Lisa-P1987 is your reply meant for a different discussion ?

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@nigea99 wrote:

@Lisa-P1987 is your reply meant for a different discussion ?


I've moved it to the correct thread 🙂

Annie  ( I am Neurodivergent )
Sky support for Sky+HD and earlier systems has ended, you can still get support if you already have Sky Protect insurance otherwise you'll have to find your own 3rd party company to get support from at your own expense
This message was authored by Mark39 This message was authored by: Mark39 Answer

Re: Satellite tuning details for BBC3

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@Lisa-P1987 wrote:

 

The IO link is an option but we do not help customers set it up unfortunately. You could search the community for other posts which might direct you to how to do it. Or a google search will bring up plenty of articles and videos. 

 

 


Or if you come unstuck @TonyS, just post again and someone here will be happy to help

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Re: What is an IO link and how do I get one?

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Thanks @Annie+UK @nigea99 👍

Thanks

Lisa - Sky Tech Team Expert
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