Edit your USALS longitude coordinate by a small increment in either direction. I change mine in 0.1 or 0.2 degree increments at a time. If signal quality increases on your reference satellite as you edit this value, then keep changing it in the same direction. If signal quality decreases, increment the value in the opposite direction. When you find the peak signal quality, you're done.
Originally Posted by tripinva
If your system is basically installed correctly, and you have USALS configured for each satellite, the above procedure should place your dish at the best location for almost every satellite. I find on the edges of the arc, you may get better results if you don't use USALS and use diseqc commands instead for the very best peak in quality reading.
Right now, I have my USALS longitude value set 0.9 degrees off the "corrrect" longitude value. Doing this is a lot simpler than trying to tweak the dish so you can enter your exactly correct longitude value.
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