Manhattan ST500.

asma

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Hi,

Having a spot of bother, as follows,

Getting No Pulse warning when not even near the limit.

No picture.

Cannot exit the menu. (put new batteries in remote)

Thanks,


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Welcome to the forum asma

I regret because your post is brief to say the least it is not possible to understand what it is you mean.
For example what does
asma said:
Hi,
Getting No Pulse warning when not even near the limit.
What is a pulse warning? is this a noise and what limit are you referring to?
asma said:
No picture.
OK self explanatory but again is this when booting or selecting a channel?
asma said:
Cannot exit the menu. (put new batteries in remote)
So you can get into the menu but once in you cannot get out again.

Are the new batteries in the correct way round???

I think more detail will lead to a more fruitful set of possible solutions
 

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I apologise if my post were short on detail, the self will continue as best I can.
In the set up menu move the dish to the Eastern most satellite, do the same for the most Western satellite and store.
This was done a few years ago when I first bought the ST500, at the moment I’m parked on Hotbird 13.0E. receiving no picture. When I attempt to move the dish East or West after a few clicks a “No Pulse” warning appears, meaning I have reached the limits already set which is not the case.
As I have already said I’m parked on Hotbird and no picture when I boot, attempts to move to a different satellite fail,
once in the menu I have to switch the machine off to exit, the new batteries have been inserted matching the instructions.
 
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