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    LNB position

    This is a discussion on LNB position within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; I am about to replace my mini dish with a 60cm proper round dish. On the mini dish the LNB ...

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      LNB position

      I am about to replace my mini dish with a 60cm proper round dish.

      On the mini dish the LNB is twisted to the right and their are numbers on it and I think its lined up to number 3. Their are no numbers on the new dish. Do I still have to have to LNB twisted to the right or dose it not matter.


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      Re: LNB position

      On closer inspection the LNB Holder has markings from -20 to +20. any help?

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      Re: LNB position

      the position you mention is called "the Skew" no.3 is the default setting moving it between 1 - 5 will slightly alter the signal strength as will altering the rotation of the dish face.

     

     

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