So I search from several years ago there were bad WNC SWM LNB's, that would not work when it was less than 0 degrees F.
My green label SL54NR2-02 keeps cutting out at less than ~0 degrees this winter too.
Was/is there a bad run of Proband/Eagle Aspen? Because I got it becasue I though they were the good ones for cold weather? Is this the first winter the bad run is showing up? Lots of them, or only a few unfortunate people like me?
Should I look for a newer WNC at this point, or I have a nonSWM LNB I could switch over to but then I would need to buy a SWM8. I prefer the SWM LNB simplicity, but not if I keep having to buy these things to find one that works in cold weather.