GEOSATpro geosatpro1200

deerfoot

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I just purchased a new geosat pro 1200,After setting a pole and making sure the pole was plumbed I set up the dish and receiver with a small tv at the dish. I am trying to get the thai channels that I have read is on G19. I am recieveing the glory star net work which I am also told is on G19,after going back to factory default I am getting signal reading of 80% and a quality reading of 65% but the receiver will not do a blind scan and there is no picture. I have a universal lnbf 9.75/10.6 gh and rg6 cable with compression connectors. I am missing something or these channels are not on the same satellite as I have read but I cant seem to find any other satelites and I have rechecked the elevation and skew with two sites on the net and tried adjusting both. Here is the info on the screen I live in Guntersville,al 35976 thanks for any help.


Ku19
transponder 1182/22000 h
nit off
scan mode off
scan select single
 

deerfoot

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I solved my on problem,back years ago I as a side hobby set up ten ft. C band system . To solve my problem I did as I had to do with some of those, simpley reboothed to factory and waited 10 mintues after the unit said it was back to factory defaults, works great now.
 

jorgek

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Deerfoot,
When you first setup your receiver did you select the Glorystar or Hobby-FTA option?
I believe to view other sats you must select the Hobby-FTA option.
 

. Raine

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Welcome to SatelliteGuys, Deerfoot!

Like Jorgek said, the 1200 has two modes, Glorystar only or FTA and in Glorystar mode I think it will only view the Glorystar content.
The transponder frequency you have listed, 1182, is C band, but from your numbers for your LNB, [universal lnbf 9.75/10.6 g] it looks like your LNB is Ku band . If your LNB is Ku, you wont be able to receive that transponder. Transponder numbers with four digits are C Band and ones with five digits are Ku.
 

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