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    Default CNN & BBC on Hot Bird


    The signal is breaking on hot bird 12597V 27500 where is BBC and CNN channels. I am receiving all more other channels fine but there is a problem with these channels and the quality only shows 10, as this problem getting by all viewers are just there is problem in my setting, however I done a lot to improve it but could get any luck.... I hereby request to the forum and its respected member that what I should do more to improve this quality as I live in Pakistan Peshawar and have 6ft dish.... Please I sought ur suggestion as I love to watch CNN and BBC..

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    check your dish and lnb because here is no any problem like that.ok

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    put this channel on and then re-align your dish and be carefull you may loose other channels so align it carefully and check others channels also.

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    or if u cant fix it u can still get CNNI and BBC on arabsat 2D and 2C

    http://www.lyngsat.com/arab26.html

    gud luck

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    Default Hotbird-CNNI & BBC signal

    I have experience cracking signal of the above channels including the other channels in 12595V/27500. First check the tuner of your box, this might need replacement assuming the LNB and the dish is perfectly mounted.
    Another recent experience is my new metabox 2, with double output LNB, the signal is cracking but if I use a single out LNB the box is working fine. The other tested models like VIP FTA963, Euroline, Skybox 3000CI, Metabox Extra, Metabox R, & Startrack have no problems at all.
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    Default check ur dish

    Dear, if u have good quality dish then it should not break signals nd if u have IInd hand dish , I mean used dish then u may watch these channels clear only at evening , and if u want to watch these channel clear then u should have new dish. ok

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    On arab sat 26E Cnn only analog free channel, bbc free and better to make a good dish or cheach the lnb below 3db .
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