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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 70174 19-Oct-2010 21:53
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Hi All,

Hoping I can get some help setting up my freeview.

The house has an existing satellite dish from a previous tenant’s sky installation.

The LNB(?) on the dish has the following on the sticker:

 

Sharp

Ku-LNBF

BS1D1AQ112A

L.O.:10.75GHz

11.7~12.75/12.25~12.75GHz

950~2000/1500~2000MHz

 

I have purchased a cheap satellite receiver (gotta love firstin.co.nz), a StarSat SR-B1.

 

It doesn't seem to matter what setting I try in the receiver it just keeps saying that there is no signal. The only thing I can think of is that the LNB on the dish is old and/or broken. If it is, can you suggest another LNB to purchase (and a source) that will work with my setup, failing that can you suggest anywhere where I may have the wrong settings? (Screen shots of the settings to follow).

 

 

Thanks in advance for any/all help.

 

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  Reply # 393814 19-Oct-2010 22:32
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so you've gone in to the menu and set it up for 10750? and it definitely still doesn't work?

if so, somewhere like Stewarts will sell you another LNB for about $30



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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 394643 22-Oct-2010 08:31
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Hey man,

Thanks for the reply. Yeah i'm pretty sure i tried every setting under the sun in the STB. So i was leaning towards having to replace the LNB as well Frown. Luckily after looking at the Stewarts site (as you mentioned) i was plesently surprised with how cheap they are.

I might try a different STB just incase, but otherwise i'll go get a $30 replacement LNB.

Thanks.

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