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question about multi sat dish


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#1 OFFLINE   Joseph

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Posted 26 August 2002 - 06:26 PM

I recently had the upgrade to the multi sat dish installed so I could get my locals. I have two LNBs up there one for 101 and one for 119 sat. I have a spare LNB sitting around in the basement. Can I just plug that LNB into the center slot for the 110 sat, or do I need other hardware?

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#2 OFFLINE   spanishannouncetable

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Posted 26 August 2002 - 06:54 PM

You would need a SAT-C kit to combine the signal from the 110 lnb with the 119 lnb.

Unless you have a HD receiver though, it would do you no good. There is no regular Directv programming there.
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