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Old 03-29-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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ilink 8000/premier sv 360 setup new 1000.2 dish 110,119,129 have great signal strenghth on all 110 tps 99&99% on 119 have great signal on 12486 97&97% and others on 12355 have low 47&35 no channels come in for that tp like 120 any one please help cant figure skew mayby?
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Old 03-29-2014, 04:04 PM   #2
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Not all TP's are used for conus signal. Some are spot beamed locals, some are HD that your receivers can't get. Do you have high Q & a lock banner for the proper sats: Post your S&Q on each.
119 - TP 12297
110 - TP 12224
129 - TP 12516 - this is an SD conus TP

Do you leave both receivers on to help power the lnb's or do you use a dpp44 switch & power inserter?
If you post your zip code we could give you the suggested settings. The arm of the 1000.2 is very long & the lmb is heavy so we suggest you use a all 4 bolt holes to hold the arm skew support. Set & snug those up on the ground - you shouldn't have to mess with them again. If too loose the arm sags enough to throw everything off when tightened up, if you can even find the sats.
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