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HUMAX PVR9300T moved it to another TV, WHEN I TURN IT ON IT GOES FOR A MINUTE OR SO AND THEN GOES OFF AND STARTS TO RELOAD. iT DOES THIS CONTINUOUSLY


It's just searching for signal make sure that all the lnb inputs are securely fastened as you could have pulled it a bit just check on the pvr lnb in

Apr 05, 2017 | Humax Televison & Video

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My sky dish as 2cables ,my humax 1000 as1 connection.which one do I Use


Does not matter which one you use as they have their own connection to the lnb

Nov 04, 2016 | Humax Televison & Video

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What does lnb short mean


the cable may have went bad or receiver, but check or replace the cable first

Jul 28, 2016 | Televison & Video

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Ikonvert TV converter box is reading lnb short what is this


'LNB' is low noise block. It is the receiver that is located in the middle of your satellite dish where the signal is collected from the dish.

You need to check the wiring at the rear of the receiver and all the way to the LNB itself.

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Jul 18, 2016 | Televison & Video

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Humax free receiver only give horizontal not vertical polarity


change your LNB, this has 2 small antenna's inside. If the receiver only receives one and not the other, the Lnb is more then likely the culprit in the setup.

Apr 11, 2016 | Humax Televison & Video

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I have a foxstat -HDR humax box and I am getting no or bad signal on the TV downstairs. I can get some channels but not all.


I suspect that the box upstairs is a Freesat box; a Freeview box requires a feed from an aerial, not a dish.

The problem you are seeing may be caused by water in the cables, if they are not sealed at the LNB. The LNB may be failing, but dish misalignment is more likely.

As there is an unused output on the LNB, try swapping one of the feeds with a poor signal to it.

Jul 27, 2015 | Humax Televison & Video

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I got this message lnb short ,what can i do ?


Start at any outside exposed connection of your Sat cables. They get water in them in the bad weather. The "Barrel" F connector then needs changing and dry out the mates. Sloppy installers do not put in "Rain Loops" (a loop below the connection so water runs down to loop to drip instead of runing into the connection), rubber boots, or Silicon protective coatings at the connections. 4 way Diseqc supplied with STB should have caps on the unused ports to keep moisture out. Good luck.

Dec 16, 2009 | Humax HFA100 DTV Receiver

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Changed from single to twin LNB, no signal


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Here is a suggestion! Try SKEWING the LNB around a few degrees. Looking at the front of the dish, turn your LNB to the LEFT slightly (that is anti-clockwise).

Sometimes it's the little things that matter most where installation is concerned. It is also possible that due to the weight of the new LNB, the alignment may be out.

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