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 on: Jun 10 2022 06:54:16  
Started by glassact - Last post by glassact
And is it available for download somewheres?  My 3500 doesn't seem to want to do satellite downloads.
Thanks for any help -Ed

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 on: Jun 09 2022 07:02:01  
Started by legalfreetoair - Last post by legalfreetoair
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 43 
 on: Jun 07 2022 06:02:08  
Started by armadillo_115 - Last post by elbandido
Turning the lnb 90 degrees reverses the polarities.
Turning the lnb 180 degrees will not reverse the polarities, so no rescan is needed.

Try turning the lnb 180 degrees and see what happens. Sometimes the signal will get a bit stronger after doing this adjustment. You can always put it back if it does not help. 180 Degrees is half a circle.

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 on: Jun 07 2022 02:00:36  
Started by armadillo_115 - Last post by armadillo_115
Have you tried turning the lnbs 180 degrees?

No, haven't tried that. Could that make a difference? Everything would need re-scanning, right?

 45 
 on: Jun 07 2022 10:33:50  
Started by armadillo_115 - Last post by elbandido
Have you tried turning the lnbs 180 degrees?

 46 
 on: Jun 06 2022 07:58:59  
Started by armadillo_115 - Last post by armadillo_115
Large trees down. Still a ton of brush to cut up and burn.

Before: Panamericana  SNR 10.6dB  AGC 75%  BER 0  73  70  0
After:   Panamericana  SNR 11.2dB  AGC 69%  BER 0  76  69  0

So at most, a minor improvement. Signal still glitching on the Chinese receiver, but less than before. Solid lock on the Edison OS Mio SO FAR. Before and after readings done on different days... so the difference in signal readings could be due to daily fluctuations.

I believe the largest tress were just beginning to interfere. Maybe I will have better luck fine tuning the dish whenever I get around to it. Nice not having to worry about the large pine falling on our house, or the large Black Oak falling on the neighbors any more.  grin

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 on: Jun 06 2022 04:57:27  
Started by legalfreetoair - Last post by Hyper
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 on: Jun 06 2022 04:56:26  
Started by legalfreetoair - Last post by legalfreetoair
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 49 
 on: Jun 03 2022 10:58:11  
Started by armadillo_115 - Last post by armadillo_115
Is that downed power lines running through those pictures ?

No, Joe. That's my satellite cables in poly water pipe running to the dishes. Also some ribbon cable that hasn't been connected yet and a warm weather water line. Everything to eventually be covered with landscape fabric and mulch.


On something like that, I would cut the one that I think is the problem (if possible) while the dish is aimed at the satellite/transponder that is weak. Check the signal before and after the cut.


I will Elbandito. There are at least 5 larger trees that need to come down regardless. Just working my way toward it. I've found brambles over 15ft long woven all around this mess. Wish I had cleared it off 2 or 3 years ago!  rolleyes

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 on: Jun 03 2022 09:09:49  
Started by armadillo_115 - Last post by joeroscoe1957
Is that downed power lines running through those pictures ?

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