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Noel59

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#92518 31-Oct-2011 21:16
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Hi, I have recently upgraded to MySky+. Previously I had the standard digital decoder and we used to take this from home to the holiday home. The disk at Home has a Dual Throat LNB and the disk (freeview) at theHolidayhome the older style single throat LNB. I would simply change the LNB settings on the decoder when moving between the Home andHolidayhome.

 

But I understand that sky have now hidden the LNB settings in a Tech menu. I have searched the various forums for details on how to access this and tried entering the following

 

1) Press SETUP button
2) Enter Option (4)
3) Enter Option (4)
4) Enter 0759 then press SELECT

That will get you into the installer menu, from whence you can change the LO frequency.


 

But this does not seem to work on the new Mysky+ Decoder. Can someone please help with access to the Tech menu as I do not wish to upgrade the holiday home disc. Many Thanks

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manaia
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  #539773 1-Nov-2011 05:41
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But I understand that sky have now hidden the LNB settings in a Tech menu. I have searched the various forums for details on how to access this and tried entering the following

1) Press SETUP button
2) Enter Option (4)
3) Enter Option (4)
4) Enter 0759 then press SELECT

That will get you into the installer menu, from whence you can change the LO frequency.


 But this does not seem to work on the new Mysky+ Decoder. Can someone please help with access to the Tech menu as I do not wish to upgrade the holiday home disc. Many Thanks


There is no difference, I think, between the MySKY HDi and MySKY+ software: I think the problem is the instructions you have. The access to the Tech menu works from the main setup menu under 'Active', not from the contextual setup menu that you get from the setup button. Press <active><1><4><0><7><5><9><select> to get into the tech setup menu.

Noel59

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  #539993 1-Nov-2011 17:52
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Thanks Manaia, Got it now. Cheers Noel

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