Question about Audio & Video Receivers
1) Problem with LNB
2) problem with cable
3) problem with receiver
It's hard to check the LNB unless you have a spare one, but you could switch the cables and see if the reciever reports a switch in the good channel to the other side. This should tell you where the problem is.
Of course, it could be a carrier problem, but this is not likely, especially if it continues for a long period of time.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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