If your dish is aimed properly, you will see transponders on all of the satellites. Your initial symptoms suggested that you were checking signals for 101 and were only seeing those 3 specific transponders (which is what you will see for 101 if your dish happens to be aimed at 110).
If you are now looking at the signal screen for 110 and are seeing those 3 satellites, then you are properly aimed (and should be able to see many transponders when you go to the 101 screen). If you are looking at the screen for 110 and are seeing something different, then you are not properly aimed.
You want to set up to monitor a single transponder on 101. When you get a signal, adjust for maximum then change to the screen that shows all the transponders on 101.You should have most (as HoTat2 noted, some are spot beams that you may not have). Once you are at that point, check the other satellite screens. You should see good signals on all 3 (or all 5 depending on your LNB assembly) satellites. You will either have 99, 101 and 103 (for a 3 LNB), or 99, 101, 103, 110 and 119 (for a 5 LNB).
Note that getting 99 and 103 requires careful fine tuning once you have found 101. Properly aimed, you should have high 80's or 90's on most 99 and 103 transponders, and mid to high 90's on most 101 transponders.