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Thread: i need help with the motor instalation

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    Quote Originally Posted by SatelliteAV View Post
    Maybe the motor and the LNBF together draw to much current.
    What brand and model receiver and LNBF?
    it's easy to have a bad cable, but this suggestion is equally valid.
    Please answer the question.
    Also, do you have any switches , diplexers, or other items hooked up?
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    Anolle's good points, plus it might be good to note-be sure you run the cable to the motor first, then from motor to lnbf. And that you have chosen the correct coax connections on the motor itself.
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    my system consist of a receiver ( echolink EL - 5060 2ca usb ) an old goldvision universal lnb (freq : 10.70 -12.75) and a dish

    i did get the lnb short message with alot of cables some of them are fairly new even when i just hooked the receiver to the motor so i know that the lnb have nothing to do with it ; but with one of the cables that i used, it did give me the short message but when i held it straight and pressed on it the problem was solved so i concluded that it is a cable problem

    again i welcome all suggestions and tips thank you guys

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