I have a Slimline dish connected to 3 HD receivers [ H23-600, H20-100, H21-200 ]
I had some trees removed, so I want to relocate dish closer to house.
New mount J-mast is level/straight with the world, old mount has a scabby tailpipe adapter so dish would fit [ Dir TV install, not mine ]
I am thinking it may be ,,,,,,, not quite perfect straight. My Sat. signals recd. on receivers now, are , 99c 99s 101 103s 103ca 103cb. All channels are from 85 to 95,, most 90+ strength.
So a move of 30 ft, north, 15 ft east,, a couple ft lower,,,,,,should 'not' change much except the azimuth, correct ? I have a signal meter [ SF-99, and just found my old Pico Peaker PP-1450 meter]
That I could use to get close,,,,, then fine tune with receiver. There are 4 coax lines coming from LNB-s,, to multiswitch, [ 2 connected to 13v label and 2 connected to 18v label on switch ] then 3 coax lines going to receivers. If I use the meter, which one of the 4 LNB coax lines do I connect the input of the meter to ? Or connect to each one of the 4, and peak each one ?
I am thinking this sholud be an easy re-locate,,,,, I have done a few standard dish setups,,,, but this HD/local aiming has me a lil' nervous.
Just tryin' to save 50 bucks,,,,, and I am sort of an outlaw and would like to try this move myself,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,