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  Reply # 171760 17-Oct-2008 10:33
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cyril7: Hi, the dish cable will be RG6, the black antenna cable maybe RG6, if so thats fine, but if its RG59 it should not be used for satellite signals as there is too much loss.

Cyril


Hi Cyrill

I finally get the TV channels from my dreambox, I locked the D1 and found providers.. but the NZ TVnetwork(one provider) should be
free2View, I can see the channel info, such as TV one, Tv 6, and TV 7 and TV extra. I just can not watch it. either no signal or no EPG
available...Very strange. The same dreambox in the city apartment, I can watch TV 6 and Tv 7..but now I can not. Is there plugins I should install?

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  Reply # 171761 17-Oct-2008 10:36
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Hi thats odd, you have scanned both transponders, 12483 and 12456?

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  Reply # 171767 17-Oct-2008 10:59
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cyril7: Hi thats odd, you have scanned both transponders, 12483 and 12456?

Cyril


I use auto satillite scan...let me manually scan it

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