Finding the 119 signal (1 Viewer)

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lockudown

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Hi new to this!

I m having problems finding the 119 signal, I get the 110 but do not get the 119 at all. I have a 20" legacy dish 500 with a dish pro dual lnb. I also got two lnbs from an other set up the model numbers are "eagle aspen dtv32+" can't tell which one is what, meaning 110 or 119. Any help would be useful pulling my hair here!
 

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From what you explained here, you are using the single LNBF, whicj means, only one satellite can be get to your receiver. You need a twin LNBF, either its dish pro or legacy, to enable you get both 110/119 satellites.

Eagle Aspen is not compatible with Dish products.
 

lockudown

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From what i can see its a DP if i'm right duel lnb 110w on the left side and 119w on the right side mark on it's sides Is this the correct DP were talking about
 
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lockudown

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second request can't find the 119 signal help please

Hi new to this!

I m having problems finding the 119 signal, I get the 110 but do not get the 119 at all. I have a 20" legacy dish 500 with a DP dual lnb. The lnb say 110w and 119 on it's side. I also got two lnbs from an other set up the model numbers are "eagle aspen dtv32+" can't tell which one is what, meaning 110 or 119. Any help would be useful pulling my hair here!

Don't want to pay someone to point this thingy again want to learn!
 

lockudown

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I think i'm in the wrong forum but, its a 2500a receiver. thanks 11419 is the zip. My first dish was stolen from my garage roof thanks.
 
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