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Topic # 29047 20-Dec-2008 17:55
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I have the above eye tv box. It was working fine at my house through a sky dish. Now I've moved to an apartment where other people get sky by plugging their STB's in to the sockets in the wall. I assumed therefore that freeview sat should work also. It doesn't work though. There are two sockets in the wall and I've tried them both with no signal. Is there something I can do?

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  Reply # 185343 20-Dec-2008 18:01
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Have you tried both LO freqs in the software?




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  Reply # 185370 20-Dec-2008 20:14
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No, to be completely honest I'm not certain what that means or how to try it. Is that the thing that shifts the frequency by 10k?

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  Reply # 185405 21-Dec-2008 00:44
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Somewhere in the software where you set up the satillite there will be either 10750 or 11300 in a field. Change it to the other one to what it is set to and see how it goes.




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  Reply # 185486 21-Dec-2008 14:27
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Ok, I'll give that a go thanks.Is it always the same interval for all the frequencies?

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  Reply # 185593 22-Dec-2008 06:47
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Appartment buildings always use 11300 as the LO where as most single dwellings have now been upgraded to 10750, so I suggest you check the LNB LO frequency, this is most certainly the issue.

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