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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 86130 1-Jul-2011 15:41
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Basic run-down here is that for some reason, the digital receiver I have seems to dislike the idea of picking up the freeview transponders on Optus D1. When I scan, all I can pick up is sky digital channels.

12456H has ~85% strength but 0% quality.
12483H has 0% strength and 0% quality.

Sky digital transponders work fine however.

12670H, 12295H, 12420H, 12518H, 12707H and 12734H are all ~85% strength and 100% quality

I have a Transonic TWH-S1 receiver.

If you need any more information, just ask and I'll try to provide it.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 488319 1-Jul-2011 16:12
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I appear to have lost the edit button, heh.

LNB is 10750, 11300 detects nilch.

S/R is 22500

Well, I seem to have fixed the problem by setting the polarisation as vertical. I'm pretty sure something is set up wrong, but it all works now, so that's sweet. 



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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 488334 1-Jul-2011 16:43
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I appear to have lost the edit button again Laughing

I can now get ~85% strength and ~100% quality on 12456MHz by switching the polarisation to vertical.
12483 I can get to ~85% strength by switching to vertical, but the quality is still 0%.

Also, the channels that work show up in perfect colour for a few seconds and then switch to black and white.

Any ideas? Is the satellite dish set up incorrectly or what?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 488395 1-Jul-2011 19:10
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Go into the menu and reset to factory default, these boxes will set auto the lnb and autoscan the channels for you




 



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 488408 1-Jul-2011 19:40
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I have done that several times and it fails to tune. I set the country and region, west coast for me, and then scan. All I get is a message saying that tuning failed.

 

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  Reply # 488495 2-Jul-2011 07:59
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if your setting your polaritys to vertical , theres definitely problems with the dish , is it a sky dish




 

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