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# 44241 25-Oct-2009 14:20
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Hope not, but it seems the time has come. No signal at 1.40pm, 25 Oct.

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  # 266692 25-Oct-2009 15:44
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Still watching here ... 15:43, 25 Oct -- Speedweek on one, Korean news on two.

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  # 266698 25-Oct-2009 16:31
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Yep still watching it here, speedweek etc etc... :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 266709 25-Oct-2009 17:40
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As above ... working fine here.

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  # 266816 26-Oct-2009 10:32
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hmmm... keeps disappearing and reappearing.... I hope we are not going to lose it !

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  # 266824 26-Oct-2009 10:55
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GeekGuy: hmmm... keeps disappearing and reappearing.... I hope we are not going to lose it !



Have you checked the signal strength when this happens?


You're not using the dish as extra storage space ;-)


Seriously though,  I suspect that the issue is more one of dish alignment - no sign here of SBS going.  I imagine as they are vertical and Freeview broadcast Horizontally it's only going to be the "enthusiasts" who tune into SBS.


/my 2c.

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  # 266827 26-Oct-2009 11:09
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I have it around the 85 mark ... I have never had any problem before with it (unless it rained).
I did notice there was no signal and then it slowly came back on when the signal got around the 60 mark and increased to 85.

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  # 266832 26-Oct-2009 11:36
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Hi guys,
regarding receiving sbs channels on a dual lnb - ive got the triax dual lnb holder bracket with adjustable tilt

 - after initial install of a dual lnb setup, found by chance that the angle of tilt on the dual bracket wasnt quite quite enough making fine tuning between d1,d2 h&v very fine- a minor modification of the tilt bracket
to tilt the lnb's slightly more to give a slightly more angle increased the signal strength and made fine tuning easier. Perhaps this may be another thing to consider if youre having trouble with sbs channels on a dual lnb?

cheers

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