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BiggRedd

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Mar 6, 2010
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During the daylight hours the signal on 12060 will rarely get above 63% on my cs4k pro. As the sun goes down the signal will start increasing slightly to a maximum of 66-67% during the darkness. As the morning sun starts its trek across the sky the signal will start to decrease till it is unwatchable(62-63%) by 8:30-9:00am CDT. Strange.

Granted I am using an undersized dish, 20wx18t and a .03LNBF, but on the old satellite I managed a solid 69-70% on 12060 and some of the other TPs were in the 80's and 90's.

After reading some of the other comments in this thread, I am beginning to wonder if there is a solution for some of us to be able to enjoy History/Bio again.
 
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brex2001

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Jul 14, 2009
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lost hist & bio

pjcl is right. I lost all channels on 12060 last night for about 30 minutes. I checked all channels on 12060. I'm at 34N x 118W.

I had 89%Q before this interruption on History.

Then moved my dish to 125W for Montana PBS & the same pixelation then "no signal" took place.

12060H is back to 89%Q again this morning @ 9:24 AM. Weird.:(
 
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