DP322 for 118/119

kokot

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Hi guys
I need some help if anyone can help to solve my problem

I live in Toronto Canada and i am trying to setup dish 500 plus.
I have DP322 but i don’t have the original dish500+, instead I have 33” dish and 3 legacy lnbs. 2 lnbs 11250 for 110 and 119, and one lnb 10750 for 118.

Also i am using 2 sw21 with 3 sats input so i am running two coaxial cables to the DP322
I have no problem with the receiver or the switch everything works fine
I can get 110 and 118 easy with no problem but then i can’t get 119 . and if i get 119 can’t get 118 because i am using two separate legacy LNB. If i have the original dish network special lnb for 118/119 then no problem but as i said i am using two separate legacy lnb to get 118 and 119.

So my problem is can i get 118 and 119 with two separate legacy lnb in one dish?

Any help or suggestion will be appreciated
Thanks
 

kokot

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Thanks

Thanks Jlo,
I am trying to avoid the dual lnb because i don’t have one and if I use the dual lnb then I need to use DP34 or DPP44.
 

Mr Tony

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Thats what you are going to need if you subscribe to International channels
You'll need either the 500+ or use the 118/119 combo unit, a DP dual or singl and a DP34
 

Jim5506

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118.75 and 119 are essentially at the same place in the sky, so two different lnbs will never work.
 
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The-P

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118.75 and 119 are essentially at the same place in the sky, so two different lnbs will never work.

QFE - You need the FSS dual LNB.

Or depending what internationals you're getting, some still come on the 61.5 Satellite. Call Technical Support and ask them what orbital the channels you want come on.
 

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