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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 132217 13-Oct-2013 16:52
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I had a 90cm sat dish installed a couple of years ago when we built a new house, but couldn't afford Sky then.  I have been using the dish for freeview via a HTPC with a dual tuner card installed.

I have been paying for a Sky subscription for a few months for my father who was in a rest home, but he's now pushing daisy's and I brought the Sky decoder home.  I thought I could simply plug it in to one of the sat dish cables and it would work, but no matter what I try it says Atmospheric conditions...

I've got 2 coax cables from the sat dish and I've only plugged one into the Input 1 of the decoder.  The other is still plugged into the freeview tuner card.

Anyone know what the issue may be?





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  Reply # 914379 13-Oct-2013 17:58
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Never mind, I found I need to press the "Active" button before Setup.

It was set to 11.30 and I've changed it to 10.75 and it now works. Thanks.




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