I live in central NJ and only have to worry about 101 and 103c. The lowest reading I am getting today is 83 on one 103c transponder. You might want to get the dish realigned. Do that first before you change anything else and make sure that when you get the dish alignment that the installer puts a "grounding block" on your system if you don't have one now.mdh333 said:I'm in eastern Pennsylvania, and my HD channels go out very easily when the weather gets bad. A buddy of mine (that's probably about 15 miles away) has the same issue.
Do others have the same problem? Anything that can be done about it?
Just did a sat test (as I'm having the issue right now) and see -
Sat 101 - looks OK
Sat 110 - only 3 transponders 81, 73, 79 strength
119 - Kinda all over the place, 11 total, 47 - 95 in strength, with one zero
99 - 6 total, 79 0 73 0 0
103 - 16 total, first row all 0, then some numbers from 23-69, and a couple more 0
Is there a good way to figure out what channels are on what satellites? Today, I'm trying to watch some HD baseball games on the EI package.
Guess I should try to compare what things look like when the weather is good.