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#41 OFFLINE   peds48



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Posted 07 May 2013 - 10:49 AM

I was with you up until you posted the definitions, where it seemed to go sideways. "I know you knew...."

Alright then, at least we are on the same page
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#42 OFFLINE   bayouboy


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Posted 17 May 2013 - 12:49 PM

You say you have an older 3 lnb 18x20, this dish does not recieve the HD channels. It also aligns on the 101 sat. As has been stated, with this dish, you will not recieve any signal with the H25 reciever. If you have a D10, D12, or R16, R22, then you can use this dish and recieve ONLY SD programing. Also, what kind of meter are you using? If you paid less then $60.00 for it, it is worthless for finding the CORRECT sat. Good luck

The 3 LNBF 18" x 20" dish (Phase III) actually aligns to the 110 sat. longitude position. The 101 and 119 slots are then received ± 9° in azimuth off-axis from there. Ideally at least.
You peak the 101 and the other 2 fall inline

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