Digisat pro Help

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warrior121

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#1
Please can anyone help me ? I have got a digisat pro sat meter and it works perfectly fine on Astra 28.2 E, Astra 19e and Hotbird but on other satellites i cant get it to show any signal . Say i move my dish to Hispasat then plug it in there is no signal but if i move the dish to Astra it shows a full signal .

Is there something i can do about it ?

Thanks.:)
 
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Technomate 5402 HD M2 Ci, DM7000s, Transparent 80cm Dish, Moteck SG2100 DiseqC motor, lots of legacy gear. Meters: Satlook Digital NIT, Promax HD Ranger+ spectrum analyser.
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#2
If there is signal there, it'll show it, how do you know that you are pointing at 30W?
 
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#3
You may be able to find help here there are some threads on the forum but I'll leave you to decide if they are useful
 
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warrior121

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rolfw said:
If there is signal there, it'll show it, how do you know that you are pointing at 30W?

What i mean is when the dish is at 30w my reciever shows about 80% signal and i can watch everything . But when i connect the meter it shows 0% signal .:confused
 
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#5
Sure you've switched to the correct lnb input?

I've got a digisat, cheaper single input lnb model. It started regularly failing, and on opening up case I discovered the lnb socket had never been soldered to the circuit board!

However, that can't be the problem here.
 
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