Wus Up with CW on G-17 91W C-band?

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My Coosat 6100 private has 93% QS on 3720 H and I manually entered the PIDs like I did on the Panny but I get "0" channels found. Has the CW mux gone off air or is my CS gone wacky?
 
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Coolsats are a pain when it comes to the CW feeds

I know the 4/5/6000 require a special way of doing it...lemme find it

found a thread with numerous links to it
http://www.satelliteguys.us/2055641-post4.html

I dont know if the 6100 works the same way

another option that someone did was on the CW TP move the dish to 125W where the TBN mux is at the same parameters and scan in the TBN mux, then switch the pids that way
 
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which way did you end up doing? The pid entry via EWTN or moving the dish to 125 and scanning the TBN mux?
 
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One more question Iceberg, is the HBO mux still ITC on 125W? I just stumbled across some older threads that mention it.
 
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not that I've seen and that was a few days ago while updating thelist
 
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There is no PAT information which is how the channels are logged

That has happened lots of times when broadcasters put channels up but dont log the PAT info. CW is the most frequency asked ones but the DBS broadcasters have done that too.
 
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