Originally Posted by abswart
Thanks for the feedback. At first the picture was fine, but the eye started playing up. I called the DSTV help line and believe they reset the settings to try and assist. The decoders are set up as TV 1,2 and 3 and the problem lies with TV 2.
There is a good chance that all the decoders are now set to the same UHF channel causing the issue. BUT it depends on how the RF signal is distributed.
Decoder 1 RF OUT to decoder 2 RF IN, RF OUT to decoder 3 RF IN and the RF OUT to the remote TV? UHF channel clashes now guaranteed.
Alternatively (the better option) combine the RF OUT signals with SLX splitters and then distribute the combined RF signal wherever you want to use it with a tvLINK eye.
If only one decoder has the RF OUT connected to the distant TV, then this should not be causing any issues.
What about the HB setup? How has this been done?
The eye will only play up if it is not getting power from the decoder/s. And that could be a simple issue in the setup where the power is set to OFF.
This thread illustrates the dangers of NOT knowing precisely what ALL the decoder settings are before doing a reset to defaults.
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; 2017-02-14 at 16:51.