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  #3051025 16-Mar-2023 20:53
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One thing that seems to create some issues is that D1 and Sat 19 settings are very close when trying to set the dish


skew is about 6 looking from the back of the dish and about mid point on the LNB for the bracket



They're plenty far enough apart to not get any signal from each other though. More space there than D1/D2 for example. Are you moving the dish each time you want to change satellites? If so, no wonder you are having issues becuase it takes time to properly realign it for maximum signal each time.


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  #3051252 17-Mar-2023 16:17
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Are you using a lnbf holder that holds multiple lnbf? Can we have a photo?


are you also loading those Vertical transponder that I have mentioned several times? its important 12549 V


D1 and Intelsat 19 are 6 degrees apart and thats no issue for reception.







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  #3059399 5-Apr-2023 15:55
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Anyone here using a dual mount for D1 and I19?


I've got an old 80/90 cm pointing at D2 I'm considering re-aligning at I19.

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  #3059604 6-Apr-2023 07:17
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Just wait because the old D2 might be going to 164, it could be messy if you add in 166E





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