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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 164383 7-Feb-2015 20:22
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Hi all,

I have recently bought a new install kit to try and get my sky up and running at the new place.
I have mounted the new dish and cannot get any signal whatsoever on the mysky decoder. I have aligned the lnb's f type connector at approx 8 o clock as they say to align.
I have used a signal tester to get the best signal.
LO on my Lnb is 10.75ghz as shown in the attached image. I have checked the mysky hdi settings to ensure that it is 10.75ghz set.
I seem to have exhausted all options and am stumped as to what the problem could possibly be?
If anyone has any more info or advice on what I could do, that would be greatly appreciated!


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  Reply # 1232695 7-Feb-2015 20:25
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Call Sky - they will come and install a dish if you move.

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  Reply # 1232712 7-Feb-2015 20:54
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If you're sure your alignment is fine then it's most likely your skew - turn it 90 degrees and see what happens

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