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Old 12-05-2005, 05:28 PM
coolpup32 coolpup32 is offline
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d10-100 transponder

I'm having problems getting a good signal on my d10-100. My signal quality is around 50 and if i set the transponder to 18 i get 95. However, if i leave that screen it reverts to transponder 1, and my signal quality degrades back to 50. Any ideas?
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:17 PM
Wakecrash Wakecrash is offline
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Try very small adjustments to the dish. I believe if slightly off some transponders will come in fine and other won't. When I adjusted mine I fiddled around a bit by runing a cable to a small 13" TV I placed near the dish.

On my D10-100 when I go to the sattelite setup screen it show the signal strenghth on each transponder on the same screen. Is #1 the only one that is weak?

That said, your variation seems very large, might be best to call DTV support. I recall I would have a 15% difference untill adjusted just right, I don't recall ever having a 45% difference.
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