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    stupid question

    So I need to adjust my sat dish a little bit what I want to know is when I use dish pointer pro is the lnb that gets set or do I just move the whole dish cheers



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    Re: stupid question

    The dish. The lnb should be fixed, i would think so anyway?

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    Re: stupid question

    this may be a bit late for you but after aligning the whole dish to get max signal you can adjust the lnb on its own slightly to get the best possible results by moving it in or out(focus) and twisting L/R(skew) but most of the time if its central in its holder with the f-plug pointing down that will be good enough.this is if you are using a normal dish,if you are using a sky type dish as dar1437 said the lnb is fixed.


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