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Yea it goes to more LNBs, nice set up.
I disagree. Why would it need to go to more lnb? The black tubing is called flexible waveguide btw. Its a lot less lossy than rg-6. Chances are more like they go the receiver(s) Its an ortho setup so one each for H & V. The LNB's look like external reference units.
 
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Motor repair by the hands. Motor Strong SRT DM-2100
For 8 years of work of my motor, has appeared small gap./slack/. Dish, has disassembled the motor and has found malfunction. The plastic washer became less in thickness-0,35 mm. I found thicker - 0,55 mm. Has established a new washer and play was gone. The excellent signal became on all satellites.




Arrow-has removed this washer





Red arrow-new thicker a washer



 

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Some motors have an adjustable wedge to take up slack in the worm gear axle. I prefer the washer. Less chance for it to go out of adjustment.
Thank you for the great pictures!
 
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Apart from all these workers have made another important component is the Ground:
 

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Good afternoon.
In a dispute, truth is born.
So we argued at our European forum. Who first started drilling holes in C LNB, so that no condensation would remain. In which year in America did they start drilling at the bottom of the hole in C LNB ...?
My first unfortunate experience was in the C range service, at the beginning I did not drill a hole. And that's what happened- / 1 photo /.
The signal after a couple of years fell from the satellite. I disassembled the LNB and there the dirt inside. I cleaned, drilled even 3 holes by 2 mm and everything was fine with the signal and there was no condensation inside.
 

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