Explora (TV1) has RF extended to BR. I presume you use a tvLINK in that room? If so, then tvLINK power must be activated on that decoder, and the remote commands will be received on the RF OUT port. This decoder can be left on the default UHF channel number or it can be changed to anything you want, preferably a lower channel number in the 20's. Make sure all the tvLINK settings are correct and that if there is a setting for which RF port is in use, set it to RF OUT.
Explora (TV2) and the HD decoder RF signals are combined with a T-piece. These two decoders must be set to use different UHF channel numbers (at least separated by 2, thus say 23 and 25). I would also ensure that the channels numbers chosen are different from the one used by the TV1 decoder. RF has a habit of leaking into connections causing ghosting and interference.
It is on these two decoders where you have to decide which one will power the tvLINKs and any other splitters that might be in place. Only one should be set to provide tvLINK power. (it should not matter which, so long as both are not trying to provide tvLINK power).
With regard to the skew angle, I will post the angles for you in a while. ( For George).
Elevation: 27.45 degrees
True Azimuth: 61.70 degrees
Skew 47.18 degrees
The skew is measured from the 0 position on the scale on the SLNB, only slightly more than 45 degrees down LNB seems to be set at too much of an angle on the picture.
I see the image of the Diplexer did not get through. Wonder why?
Easyview, UEC 4T HD PVR, SD PVR, XV
Spare decoders: SD PVR(2), PACE HD PVR 4T, DSD 660, 1110, 1131, Explora 1
2 unmentionable FTA decoders
Win 10 Pro (64-bit) version 1703, build 15063.138
1.2m antenna, 8-way universal LNB, 2x6 MS, FSM permanently connected.
MS Edge 40 with MSEdge HTML 15
Last edited by Geoff D; 2017-02-15 at 16:40.