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Topic # 152084 15-Sep-2014 16:02
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I purchased  a Satlink 2800 digital satellite receiver at a Motorhome/caravan exhibition in Christchurch a couple of years ago. It works well with my 90 cm dish receiving D1 and D2.
I have been trying to upgrade but have not been able to do so. Could anyone please explain to me what needs doing to make it work?

ah 

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  Reply # 1129228 15-Sep-2014 16:59
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Not sure I understand your question
" It works / what do I need to do to make it work'



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  Reply # 1129268 15-Sep-2014 17:34
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apologies I was not very clear.
I meant how to upgrade software for the receiver. 

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  Reply # 1129288 15-Sep-2014 18:09
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Tried Satlinks website?

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  Reply # 1130378 17-Sep-2014 04:58
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Upgrade it for what purpose? they were bargain bin low end cheap units. If it's not working anymore, then it probably needs replacing.




 




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  Reply # 1130471 17-Sep-2014 10:04
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Thanks for the advice, I was already considering that.

aah

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