I also posted this on "dbsforums" but was hoping that there might be some new readers here who might have some more suggestions for me. So heres the original posting with new information added. ------- I originally had a Dish500 that was looking at 110 and 119, and the following receivers DP501 - software P309 - Subscription for locals only DP311 - software P316 - 2nd Subscription for Top180 I just had a DPP44 switch installed and the Dish500 has now been re-aligned to see 148 and I had a Dish1000 installed to see 100, 119, 129. (Upgrading my system ready for a 622 and want to see all the birds I can). However when you do a "check switch" neither of the 2 receivers can see 148. It just comes up and says on both receivers: Ports ------1 ------2 -------3 ------- 4 Satellite:--119 --110 ---Conn ----129 polarity:---All ----All ------X --------all device:--Quad --Quad--Twin-----Dual The installation was done by a third party. I had him moved the 148 feed from port 4 to port 3 on my DPP44 to see if there was any difference, none still the same on both receivers. He said something about I didnt have a program package to receive anything from 148 so neither receiver would find anything. However I would have thought that these "installation screens" just look for raw signal from the satellite and indicate if it is there and not just say "no signal". I have since connected the DP311 direct to the 148 feed and have near 100% signal all the way to the DPP44 Switch and the DP311 recognises 148 bird. The LNB on the Dish 500 pointing towards 148 is a Dishpro Twin. I have also removed all the other birds from the DPP44 so there is only one cable coming from the Twin LNB pointing at the 148 bird. In this configuration ll the DP311 can still see nothing. I've moved this cable across all the ports and still nothing. Tomorrow I'm going to move the LNBs around so that the Quad is pointing towards 148, the Twin is 110/199 and Dual on 129. But anymore suggestions would be appreciated. Any help appreciated.