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My starview S2828 satelite receiver is not working, the signal is 60% but quality is 0 so we are not able to watch tv

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More than likely one of your cables is wrong or one of the inserts is touching , this sometimes interferes with the signal, check all the connections, and make sure there is nothing blocking your sattelite

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