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    Default Multivision , Canal+ and TVRi


    Guys I wonder why EVERY Night! the Multivision signal gets weak along with TV Romania signal and CANAL+ (cyfra)! and breaks alot, but during the day its normal.. what it could be? I have a startsat 4200 clone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saad3000 View Post
    Guys I wonder why EVERY Night! the Multivision signal gets weak along with TV Romania signal and CANAL+ (cyfra)! and breaks alot, but during the day its normal.. what it could be? I have a startsat 4200 clone.
    How can anyone possibly advise you if you do not give the location of your dish !

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    Its 13 East Hotbird! every other channel works without problems except Multivision and Tvri at night and canal + nightimes and (HBO 1/2 breaks all the time)....

    HOTBIRD

    LNB TYPE: Universal

    First Frequency: 9750 Mhz

    Second Frequency: 10600 Mhz

    Satellite Position: 0 ( Its fixed)

    Satellite Longitude: 13 EAST

    DiSEqC : 2/4

    22 K: OFF

    0/12 V: 0 V

    Tone Burst : OFF

    These are the settings of Hotbird..

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    You might be a victim of terrestrial interference, allthough that's more likely to happen to the C-band frequencies.
    Is there any way you can try to shield your dish/lnb? Imagine putting up a cylinder shaped pipe the size of your dish diameter. Maybe you can make it of sheetmetal or cardboard (just for testing of course as windload would come into play aswell)

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    Default it is truet


    i have a original card and use it in France and also In Belgium and its happen that you have breakups and very low signal i think it is a problem by TPS i phone already to complain but they think everithing works fine but it is NOT TRUE

 

 

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