Bad experience today for Hopper 3 install.. (1 Viewer)

Hall

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Thanks for putting it straight. I thought being in Ohio I was on the Eastern Arc.
Your geographic location isn't a 100% determination of which arc is used. Columbus, Dayton and Toledo are on the western arc, Cleveland is on both (temporarily, I presume), Cincinnati is on the eastern arc...
 

Hall

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Is there a list somewhere that shows what's still left on 61.5?
It's really not a case of "what's still left" on it. That satellite is heavily used by Dish. A huge number of SD programming comes off of it and don't think that SD is going away anytime soon.
 

ralfyguy

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It's really not a case of "what's still left" on it. That satellite is heavily used by Dish. A huge number of SD programming comes off of it and don't think that SD is going away anytime soon.
I was just wondering, because years ago I put a 500 with a single LNBF next to my 1000.2, because they had all the HD mirrored. I had it as backup in bad weather because often the 722 chose to pick that one for higher signals in bad weather.
The installer left it and said he'd hook it back up when I got the H3. Works just dandy.
 

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