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markus19

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Anyone having problems with NBC East on 103w KU? 11880 H is no longer showing NBC East.
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No problems here.  NBC East seems normal.
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Good here too. It is one of the strongest signals that I have.
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Anyone having problems with NBC East on 103w KU? 11880 H is no longer showing NBC East.


I think your location matters on these. NBC East is cutting in and out now, it's usually weak. NBC SD mux on 11858 has been totally gone for months here. I don't know if it's still there or not.

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13 dB here on the primestar 84e antenna.
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