I have a puzzling problem. After adding a second receiver to my system, I started suffering signal loss on one receiver and I don't know what's causing it. My wife watches Light TV on 91W often. For some reason, if the receiver in the other room isn't on the same satellite, all signal is lost on every channel on this satellite. If I go to 91W on the other receiver, all the channels come back. Occasionally, we will be watching something on the main receiver and the screen will go black the message "No Signal" will pop up for a second or two and the signal will come back and everything is back to normal. All of my dishes, except the Ku dishes have Titanium dual output LNBF's on them. At first I thought the problem was caused by each receiver being on different circuits in the house. I ran a new drop and installed a new outlet on the same circuit as the main receiver, and it still did it. I had a friend who's a certified electrician and an electrical engineer come out and check the electricity in the house. Nothing out of the ordinary. The main receiver is an Amiko Mini HD265 and the second is a Geosat Pro HDVR-3500. Below is a picture of my switch configuration. Any ideas? Almost forgot to mention that both receivers run through a TripLight Line Conditioner.