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    Markings on side of new quad LNB

    This is a discussion on Markings on side of new quad LNB within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; I'm installing a new dish with quad LNB in an alternative postion due to building work that will affect current ...

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      Markings on side of new quad LNB

      I'm installing a new dish with quad LNB in an alternative postion due to building work that will affect current old dish (with single LNB).
      I notice the new LNB will twist in the holder and there are 5 settings marked.
      Anyone tell me what they refer to and what setting should I be using ?

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      Paul H,
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      Re: Markings on side of new quad LNB

      They are rotational positions for LNB skew. Start with 3. Or see your other dish LNB setting.
      Panasonic TX-P50G10B, Onkyo HTS 3305, Sky+HD Thomson 4E3007 (with upgraded PSU & WD5000AVDS HDD),

     

     

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