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Topic # 57269 8-Feb-2010 09:41
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today i am gonah go buy a 42'' LCD with a freeview HD tuner and a freeview decoder aswel since i dont have freeview HD at my current location.


do i have to re-align the sky satelite dish to receive signal from the satellite

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  Reply # 296977 8-Feb-2010 09:53
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No you shouldn't need to do anything to the dish as long as you know it has recently been working with Sky.

I'm using a Sky dish, to receive Freeview, that was installed about 8-9 years ago.




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  Reply # 296980 8-Feb-2010 09:59
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Hi, no you dont have to re-align it, just need to put the correct LNB LO info in, it will be either 11300MHz or 10750.

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  Reply # 296982 8-Feb-2010 10:03
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cyril7: Hi, no you dont have to re-align it, just need to put the correct LNB LO info in, it will be either 11300MHz or 10750.

Cyril


The OP did say that they will be getting a Freeview decoder.

Edit:  Ok you must seen that now Cool




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  Reply # 296983 8-Feb-2010 10:04
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Still have to tell it the correct LO freqency

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