My KU LNB Needs Some Global Warming (1 Viewer)

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JAS

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Normally the low temp around here, this time of the year, is in the low to mid 20's. This week they have been dropping into the 0 to 5 degree range. While I can still view -S KU signals the -s2 signals are gone until it gets above 20 degrees. Time to look for another KU LNB. I have checked the site sponsors but it appears none of them sell what I need. Any suggestions?

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Jim S.

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Are you getting frost inside something? Flexing of the holder or arm due to contracting cables? (I actually had that a while ago. I had a side LNB aimed at 103 and it was turning enough to get the hottest transponder on 101 while still getting 103. In the morning it would go back to normal.) Normally, solid-state electronics perform better at low temperature because it lowers the noise.
 

Mr Tony

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Thank goodness it hasnt got that low yet here in MN but by end of week it will. I guess I'll have to test my S2 TP's then :)
 
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