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Old 2017-04-20 , 20:37
Conrad67 Conrad67 is offline
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Originally Posted by Geoff D View Post
No the reformat story is an absolute last resort action!

There are a few other things to check though.

(1) What LNB do you have in place? is it a Twin LNB plus ES switch or do you have a Smart LNB installed.

(2) How old are the cables? Have you physically checked the cables outside for damage? The same goes for the LNB Is it showing signs of perishing or cracks or damage?

(3) What are the signal strength and quality values on all 3 tuners.

Start a recording before checking these values to ensure you get a true reading for tuner 2.

Do this when viewing ch 262 and ch 405 and post the results.

It could be a simple issue with the LNB skew angle but lets see the results first.
My results are as follows:
262
T1 72% & 100%
T2 76% & 100%
T3 74% & 82%

405
T1 74% & 85%
T2 74% & 100%
T3 74% & 82%

What is the verdict please...

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