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Old 07-01-2013, 09:28   #1
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I am trying to fit a second LNB to my satellite dish but I am having problems getting them close enough together to get 0.8 and 5West. Does anyone have experience of using the Alps type of LNB which would appear to solve this problem ?
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Re: second LNB

No reason as to why the alps LNB's won't work...

Standard twin LNB tend to be set up for 6degree seperation hence the problems you;re having.

Is it a single reciever? in that case a diseqc motor might be a better option especially if there are any more sats of interest for the future. Not much good though for twin tuner/rcvr systems
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