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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 53221 9-Dec-2009 10:55
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Hi,


I have just got a strong box 6006 and i was having trouble setting it up so i reset it, now i have lost OPTUS satellite and i am trying to configure it again,  I have no idea what information to put in.


Please help
Satellite OPTUS D1
LNB Type ???  Universal,  Normal C or Normal Ku
LNB Low Freq ????
LNB High Freq ???
Band Controll ???  OFF, ON or Auto 22KHz Tone
Polarisation Control ???  OFF,  13V, 18V or 13/18V
DiSEqC Switch ???  OFF,  LNB 1, LNB 2,  LNB 3 or LNB 4
Antenna Mode ??? Fixed, DiSEqC 1.2 or Goto X
 
Thanks heaps for any help

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  Reply # 281005 9-Dec-2009 20:57
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Satellite OPTUS D1
LNB Type                       Normal Ku
LNB Low Freq                 11300 or 10750 depending on actual lnb on dish
LNB High Freq                11300 or 10750 depending on actual lnb on dish
Band Controll                 OFF,
Polarisation Control        13/18V
DiSEqC Switch                OFF, 
Antenna Mode               Fixed,
 


then scan transponder 12483

transponder setup should be 
frequency                 12483
s/r                           22500
fec                           3/4
polarity                     horizontal
network scan / nit      on



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 281053 9-Dec-2009 23:06
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Thats great thanks heaps it worked.
I was worried i would have to tell the in-laws that i killed the freeview they gave me, hehe :)
Have a great day deliveryguy

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