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1000.2 dish

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by sat tech, Oct 18, 2006.

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  1. Mike D-CO5

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    I am going to use my single lnb to aim my new dish1000.2 and lock it in on the 119 sat. If you are supposed to use the same directions as the dish 1000 then it should be easy to aim and align the dish.
     
  2. harsh

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    It may not be valid to assume that the configuration of the Dish1000.2 arm is compatible with a DishPro dual.
     
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    Thats correct. You'll need a 'w' bracket to put a dual in to allign the dish, take it off, and put the new bracket and lnb back on. Its a back assward way, personally.
     
  4. Mike D-CO5

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    I am looking at the downloadable instructions with the dish 1000.2 and it clearly says you can get up to 3 satellites and a input port for for a fourth orbital location.

    THis input port supports a connection of a second dish to receive signal from a 4th orgital location. Connected receiver(s) receive signal from all four orbital locations eliminating the need for an external switch.

    It also says : The "three -lnb bracket "is used ONLY with dual and /or single lnbfs. Use all DISH PRO or all legacy lnbfs wtih a matching switch. You can not use a twin /quad lnbf with this bracket.

    Finally it says standard installation uses DISH PRO PLUS 1000.2 lnbf and integrated adapter bracket.
    -3 receiver output ports.
    -One lnb input port for a fourth orbital location.
    -Compatiable with DISH PRO Single-orbital LNBFS or Dish network bandstacked Lnbfs, and Dish PRo PLUS 44 switch.
    Optional installation : three DUAL ( or single ) LNBFS with Three-lnb Bracket and a switch.
     
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