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    Disabled ?

    Put a new image on my vu duo took the sat lead out of my vu-zero which is working perfectly fine and plugged it into the vu duo coming up with tuner disabled on both A & B so I know it's not the LMB or a faulty cable ? Anyone any thoughts on this please

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    Daft question, but have you tried enabling the tuner(s) ??

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    Not daft at all m8 how do you do that ?

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    You go to tuner configuration and change it. Menu > Setup > Tuners and scanning

    If you are using autodiseqc to detect the satellites, and it is failing, it may be that the PSU is failing

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    no using any mortised just fixed sat dish 28e

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    Are you manually selecting the satellite or using " Automatic"

    Post a screenshot please

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