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Transformers 3 is on panorama action atm ... not bad for fta tv. And pq is ok .... avator and 2012 on later today
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I get loads 24/7 but my dish is out a bit etc just cant be assed go fix it at moment
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I get loads 24/7 but my dish is out a bit etc just cant be assed go fix it at moment
Try 7.3w .. kos and lyngsat have it about there


I have installed a few now peaking out on 7w ab7 and 26e badr4 but most are on dishes that we have just installed. And it has been pretty good .

I am only using a 1.1 now and it has not been touched with spanners for 6 years or more and all dvbs channels are 24 7 on ab7
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Try 7.3w .. kos and lyngsat have it about there


I have installed a few now peaking out on 7w ab7 and 26e badr4 but most are on dishes that we have just installed. And it has been pretty good .

I am only using a 1.1 now and it has not been touched with spanners for 6 years or more and all dvbs channels are 24 7 on ab7
my motor playing up you get big bolt goes thru the hole on the long plate on cm dish well you get a hollow round washer type thing its broken off i need a new one were can i get them from i could find a metal tube cut one off.know were can buy them
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my motor playing up you get big bolt goes thru the hole on the long plate on cm dish well you get a hollow round washer type thing its broken off i need a new one were can i get them from i could find a metal tube cut one off.know were can buy them
Sorry I didn't see this ... send me an email if its still an issue....
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Any reception reports above North Manchester yet ... we've installed that many now and had other reports that most of England and Wales up to just north of Manchester is now mapped for minimum and good margin dish sizes ...

Judging by N M/c it looks like it should travel far better up the Uk than Nilesat101 or 102 but has bled over them
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Anyone got any data on JSC HD break up levels on 7.3w .... just done some test as a guy in Hull had issues with them breaking up 10% higher on a tm5402hd as do most HD after checking round the arc except for some on 26e like Dubai Sports HD etc. which break up 5% lower (than most SD)

So would be handy for mapping the HD reception on various gear ... I would nudge off sat to establish the levels
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