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    Tuner A Sats 28.2E and 19.2E??

    Trying to setup Unicable and dish is pointing firmly at 28.2E.
    Confirmed by 100% signal on Humax.
    Tuner A indicates both 28.2 and 19.2 satellites with under Advanced Says: 19.2E, 28.2E.
    94% on Tuner A.
    In signal strength satellite is confirmed as 28.2.
    When scanning 28.2 is scanned first and then 19.2 and number of channels continues to increase.
    Which strikes me as a little odd???
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    If you performed an automatic scan, it will scan everything your box is configured for. Manual scan allows you more selection/control.

    You don't need to scan when changing LNB and satellite is still same.

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    Yes, but why is the box indicating 19.2?? I haven't configured it for 19.2. In Tuner set up 28.2 selected, but tuner A adds 19.2??
    Dish pointing at 28.2.
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    Tuner A Sats 28.2E and 19.2E??

    The default sat is 19.2 when you go into Advanced mode, don't ask me why. You must have configured it by accident, I have done it myself. Go into tuner configuration and select 19.2 and double check what you have.

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    I'm assuming you have a fixed dish - not motorised?
    If you have a tuner misconfigured for 19.2 while your dish is pointing at 28.2 and you run a manual scan you will get some results as both satellites share some same/similar transponder frequencies, but the channels displayed will be those from 28.2. They will be stored under the 19.2 listing but they will be from 28.2. That's the reason why the numbers increase. I assume you're getting about 1,000 channels on the 28.2 scan? You will get fewer on the 19.2 scan.
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    Fixed dish, auto scan. 28.2 selected in Tuner configure from all satellite options offered. But "19.2, 28.2" displayed on Tuner overview. Same for tuner B and this only shows 28.2.
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    Double check your configuration. Scroll to 19.2 and disable it if it is set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    Double check your configuration. Scroll to 19.2 and disable it if it is set.
    Thanks. Yes was enabled. All fixed but strange!!
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