Will the PI being inline fry the LNB's if I bypass the SWM with a coupler?Grentz said:First get your dish setup and aligned using a single run to a single receiver (no SWM or other multiswitches). Then work from there.
You should have all 4 going to the SWM though when the time comes to set it up.
Yes, and quite possibly damage the PI as well.premio said:Will the PI being inline fry the LNB's if I bypass the SWM with a coupler?
Finally got it working. Took awhile to get 85's in the KA band, but I'll take that it. Some of my 101's are at 100.Vitor said:1) First add the fourth cable between antenna and SWM,
2) Then power cycle the SWM (by cycle the PI power)
3) If there is a power splitter, make sure unused ports are terminated. If you do not have a load to terminate the port, connect it to a 15 feet RG6.
4) You should be able to see signals in the receiver at this point.