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#144126 8-May-2014 10:11

I've moved into a new house, where the previous tenants had a Sky dish connected to a MySky decoder. I just use a generic DVB-S Freeview receiver that I had connected to the Sky dish at my old address. However, at this new address, the Freeview box says there is no incoming signal, and doing a channel search yields nothing.

Are there any dish settings that may be different from house to house, or at an address where a MySky box was used, or is it possible that Sky manually disconnected part of the dish when the old tenants terminated their account? I'm not really sure who I'd call to help with this, as we just want a free signal, not a plan with any company. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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  #1038824 8-May-2014 10:15
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Check your LNB freq, its probably set to the wrong type


Change it from 11300 or 10750 to the other and see if it now works



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  #1040345 8-May-2014 20:57

skewt: Check your LNB freq, its probably set to the wrong type


Change it from 11300 or 10750 to the other and see if it now works


That was it! Thanks again, guys.

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