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ajw

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  #1581540 27-Jun-2016 21:39
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As I said scan first using transponder setting 12456, once this scan has finished add 12483 to your transponder entry and scan again so a total of two scans. As you can see by the band plan on the Optus DI looks like you need to scan twice.

 

http://www.lyngsat.com/Optus-D1.html

 

 

 

 


Tazbec

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  #1581610 27-Jun-2016 22:56
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ajw:

 

As I said scan first using transponder setting 12456, once this scan has finished add 12483 to your transponder entry and scan again so a total of two scans. As you can see by the band plan on the Optus DI looks like you need to scan twice.

 

http://www.lyngsat.com/Optus-D1.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I finally worked out how to do this.  I had 12 channels, scanned 12456 but didn't get any others.  Tried some other transponders but was just receiving the scrambled sky channels.  All was going well & then it randomly deleted the 12 channels I had (went back to Four+1, Edge TV & Prime).  Tried to rescan 12483 and only got the 3 channels again.  Must be a signal thing do you think?  Still registers at 68-70% though...

 

 

 

I even reset it and started again and scanned 12456 and then added 12483.  Still only the 3 channels.


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