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baggy2482
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Moving hub back

Vm moved my hub for me to my new extension in my house which was great .
My question do I need vm to move it back now?
Where it used to be there is still ( what I think is a splitter ) one wire going into a small fixture on the wall 2 wires coming out .. I don't have vm tv . But I used to.

Is it as simple as just moving it there or is there more to it ? Any advice would be great Thx
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Re: Moving hub back


baggy2482 wrote:
Vm moved my hub for me to my new extension in my house which was great .
My question do I need vm to move it back now?
Where it used to be there is still ( what I think is a splitter ) one wire going into a small fixture on the wall 2 wires coming out .. I don't have vm tv . But I used to.

Is it as simple as just moving it there or is there more to it ? Any advice would be great Thx

You don't need VM to move it back as the old fixture is still in place. It is as simple as you guessed. Since you don't have VM TV anymore remove the splitter and just have the hub connect to the single coax cable.

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