Trouble pulling in weak W3 (1 Viewer)

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Chas

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Is anyone having trouble pulling in W3? I heard it was weak but I thought I could still pull it in with my, DSR922 4DTV, Norsat 8515 lnb, 10' SAMI dish I get T4 Gal.28 real good. So what's the problems? It would be greatly appreciated!
 
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John Popper

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87, that's one of the strongest birds up there for me down here in MX, so you should definitely be getting it. Strongest signals are TVU and NASA.

Let me check if I see some analog might be easier to find it that way: no active analog feed right now
 

Chas

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W3 on the 922 is Amc 3, Amc 9 is W9 at 83w. My Lnb's are the Norsat 8515 c band and Norsat 4506A for ku. and a Chaparal co rotor II feed horn.

You are right, my mistake!....it is on amc3 87*W. I'm having great reception on 89*W Galaxy28. Can't tell about AMC9 83* I don't get anything on that sat. I went back to AMC 3 and tried tweaking nothing yet.
 

TMair

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I have a hard time locking onto W-3 I have a norsat 8515 C band LNB don't know what my Ku is it has been up there for a wile, I also have a 7.5' dish, it used to be if I had my DVB box hooked up using a splitter I could not lock on that sat, I decided to add a length of cable with slip on connectors so it would be easier to take the splitter out of the loop and now I can lock on with every thing hooked up, TVROPRO explained what happened but I am not that advanced, anyway, it is a weak sat.
Terry
 
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