The Over-the-Air (OTA) Module allows you to connect an over-the-air antenna like a pair of rabbit ears or a rooftop antenna to a compatible receiver model (222k, 722k, and 922). To determine if you have a compatible DISH Network receiver, check the model name on the front of your receiver or go to mydish.com/myequipment. By connecting an over-the-air antenna, your DISH Network receiver will be able to view and, in the case of the 722k and 922, record additional locals channels in your area. Visit mydish.com/orderfromstore to purchase an Over-The-Air Module.
- Locate the cover on the left side of the back panel on your DISH Network receiver. Using a Phillips head screwdriver remove the two screws attaching the cover to the receiver. You can dispose of the cover, but you will need the screws for the next step.
- Carefully slide the Over-The-Air Module into the module port, making sure the labeling on the module is right-side up. Attach the module using the two screws that were removed in the previous step.
- Connect the cable from your over-the-air antenna to the OVER-THE-AIR ANTENNA IN port on the module.