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  # 958174 28-Dec-2013 08:08
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travelermatt: Evening guys,


Power: on

That's all the options I get, apart from the satellite (optus d1).



Just a thought, have you tried power off?
As you're in an apartment I expect the LNB is already powered or nobody would be receiving anything.
May be barking up the wrong tree but worth a try.
Perhaps also try the Sky frequency for TV3 etc and compare signal strength and quality.
May be just some incorrect setting in you setup menu.


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  # 958361 28-Dec-2013 17:09
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travelermatt: confirmed, tv3 works with no stuttering. it has same signal strength and quality as all the other channels but they just arent watchable.

TV3 = 12456 / 22500 / H


If tv3 is working without breakup
then the following should also work the same as they are on the same transponder and get the same levels of signal

 

 

 

 

TV 3 Waikato

 

 


 

 1917

 

 509

 

 647 E

 

 

 

TV 3 Wellington

 

 


 

 1918

 

 510

 

 648 E

 

 

 

TV 3 Christchurch

 

 


 

 1919

 

 511

 

 649 E

 

 

 

TV 3 Auckland

 

 


 

 1920

 

 512

 

 650 E

 

 

 

Four

 

 


 

 1921

 

 513

 

 651 E

 

 

 

Parliament TV (New Zealand)

 

 


 

 1923

 

 515

 

 653 E
 690 orig

 

 

 

Cue TV

 

 


 

 1924

 

 516

 

 654 E

 

 

 

Te Reo

 

 


 

 1925

 

 517

 

 655 

 

 

 

TV 3 Auckland +1 (New Zealand)

 

 


 

 1926

 

 518

 

 656 E

 

 

 

Shine TV

 

 


 

 1927

 

 530

 

 673 E

 

 

 

Choice TV (New Zealand)

 

 

 





 


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