bit of help please 13e,19e

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bluesarecrap

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Technomate 1000d (patched) 90cm technomate dish pointing at hotbird 13e
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#1
what shal I do

leave my fixed dish on 13e or turn it to 19e to get D+?

the thing is I dont really want to lose the arc because I dont know how to fit the dish is it easy moving it six degrees and I dont know which way to move it.........

sum 1 help me please?

I want it for prem footy and movies
 
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PCD

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If you are facing the dish, move it to your right. It will need to point very slightly lower than now to get 19.2. Also 6 degrees is a very small amount. You should be able to get it without a signal meter as the 19.2 beam is strong.

Regards, pcd.
 
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#3
Either that or get yourself an offset bracket or monobloc LNB, then you can watch both. :)
 
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bluesarecrap

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#4
rolfw said:
Either that or get yourself an offset bracket or monobloc LNB, then you can watch both. :)
would that be on the satellites str8 away as my dish is already facing at 13e? or will I have to re-align it?
 
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#5
No - that'll work straight away with a monoblock or a bracket.


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