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Topic # 198451 9-Jul-2016 15:58
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This frustrated me a lot- I don't think I'm a slow learner and am fairly certain I'm not alone here.

 

To retune and get all the channels back, plus Duke etc, update your satellite transponder lists (in the TV Server Configuration manager) for EACH receiver, then add Optus D1 (160 E) and D2 (152 E). Use advanced tuning parameters and override the default LNB frequencies with the following:

 

Low (LOF1): 10750

 

High (LOF2): 0

 

Switch (LNBSW): 22500

 

Damn frustrating. Should work generically applied to other devices with full tuning control.


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  Reply # 1589115 10-Jul-2016 12:15
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Why was it frustrating?  You just use the same parameters you used when you originally used TV Server to scan for channels.

 

The LOF depends on the satellite dish.

 

Why Optus D2?  Last I looked there wasn't anything available free to air.

 

 





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