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Reply # 198958 3-Mar-2009 13:23
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I realise that it is only one cable, it goes straight from the Satellite in to my PC, there are no splitters etc... I am trying to borrow by brothers Sky Digi box (Big Black Box) in which the satellite it currently runs off uses the 11300 LNB(I do not have Sky myself). I am just wondering how I adjust the settings on the sky box for a 10750 LNB.

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  Reply # 198968 3-Mar-2009 14:37
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Here is a doc I hand out to customers that I install dishs on their beach bach or similar so they know how to swap if there is a different LNB in each location.

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  Reply # 199127 4-Mar-2009 09:55
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Thanks,

However it appears that there is a problem with my satellite or LNB as Sky refuses to work at all for me.

Any ideas how to find out whether I have a dead LNB or a mis aligned dish?

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  Reply # 199133 4-Mar-2009 10:03
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Get in a Sky or FreeView installer to check out the dish/lnb.

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