I give up. No signal on anything on Galaxy 17. Changed cable, no go. Tried signal meter on small KU dish - works well. Bought a new C/KU LNB and tried to get KU on Galaxy 17 - no go as well. This is a tek2000 6ft dish and I am clueless what I am doing wrong...
I am in the Toronto area. I use SATLINK WS-6926 satellite finder. I had signal before winter and i am not sure what happened now. I got Norsat 3220 LNB but I couldn't get any signal on that LNB so I locally purchased a cheaper LNB which had same signal readings when I tried it in the summer. I use the port on the small box on the side of the LNB.
Except as Catamount noted above, everything could be correct for a dish aimed due south with the dish parked at the top of the arc. If this is not a fixed dish or you are aimed at a satellite other than one that is directly south of your install location, then the LNBF should be skewed. 91w from Toronto would be CCW 12 degrees skew (as viewed while standing in front of the dish, behind the LNBF). The port is correct and the meter settings other than the TP are correct.
I am not familiar with this LNBF model. Is the pointer aligned with the vertical probe or the horizontal probe? I know that this has been an issue with past installs resulting in the skew being incorrectly set 90 degrees out of rotation.