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    It sounds like the dish may be mis-pointed since it's not recognizing all the satellites. The next step for this would be to send a technician out to get everything fixed.

    If you would like any assistance setting up a technician, just send me an email at thomas.faust@dish.com and I would be happy to help.

    Tommy Faust
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    Posted on Jul 02, 2012

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