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# 78010 25-Feb-2011 17:37
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Small comforts I know but we have been displaced by the earthquake and have taken up residence at the inlaws. They currently have one of the old Zinwell Sky boxes, I thought I would be able to bring my salvaged HDi unit and connect the coax and all would be good but alas not, the HDi unit signal light is staying red and the display times out saying atmospheric conditions etc, if i plug back in their old unit all good.

Just wld be great to get this up and running and have little normality back in life.

Any suggestions.

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  # 443457 25-Feb-2011 17:45
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Most likely different LNB so you need to change the settings for that in the MySkyHDi box.



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  # 443459 25-Feb-2011 17:47
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Thanks, any idea how this is done?

 
 
 
 


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  # 443460 25-Feb-2011 17:48
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No sorry, never had to do it on a MySkyHDi box.

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  # 443464 25-Feb-2011 17:55
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Doesn't MySky use a dual LNB?

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  # 443470 25-Feb-2011 18:08
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Hi, the MySki only needs a standard LNB just like a normal box, but you need to change the LNB settings to 11.300 rather than 10.750 that it currently is.

On the remote, press Active, then 1, then 4 (which will get you to to System Settings), or whatever get yourself into the menu "System Settings" the top option is Picture setup, while there press 0759 then Select and it will take you to the LNB setup option, change the Hi Band LO frequency from 10.75 to 11.30 then save the settings, this should get you going, dont forget to set it back to 10.75 when you return home.

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  # 443541 25-Feb-2011 22:31
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when I scroll across to the Active tab, unit comes up with updating settings then displays the Atmospheric conditions......... message, it will not let me enter the Active settings.

Any suggestions???



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  # 443545 25-Feb-2011 22:41
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cheers Cyril, all sorted nowSmile

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