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I have what [to me] looks like an unusual DBS-type LNB. It has a tag that reads: Dual LNB Model no. ZKF-G52N Input Freq: 12.2-12.7 GHZ Lot: 004 S/N 65252766. Manufactured by Zinwell Corp. What seems unusual is, it has a 40mm throat that will bolt right into my 1.2m P*. Also, does the 12.2-12.7 input freq. mean it won't receive regular FTA freqs of 11700 to 12200? Would this be like a "high band" FTA LNB? What will it receive, does it have an FTA application now that NASA is scrambled? Thanks in advance.
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it is a DBS LNB

all that is out there ITC is DIsh 101 which is just a how to use your remote, how to read your bill etc
 

brentb636

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Thanks Iceberg. So it's just basically useless hardware. Since we're 100% FTA and OTA, even a dummy like me isn't having too much trouble reading the bill!
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For those with lots of trouble reading the bill, they're happy to set up automatic payments, so you don't even need to worry about that bill. Just keep lots of money in your bank account.
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