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hotdog842

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trying to get Grit, Laff etc. on 97W is it on ? If it is either my dish is off or my settings are wrong.

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It was last night, hang tight , I will check it for You
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Feeds are there. Match Game on Buzzr. 
G19/97w 3940 H 30000
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Coming in fine here!
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thanks all set
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I can't receive these channels either.  Haven't been able for a while now, the signal is low and very erratic.

I don't understand it, I've never had trouble with these channels before.  I miss BUZZR.

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Wow, I guess my little C-band dish is doing ok then, I only have a 6-footer and those networks are coming in @ Q74 on my old openbox S-9...I'm using the conical scalar...I forget the model of LNB, just a cheapie though...I'm in Nova Scotia Canada, so I'm probably a lot east of you..perhaps footprint?
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I would say navagator has a problem...but not sure where he is, etc.
There aren't any signals on the adjacent satellites at that frequency/polarization
that would inhibit reception on a small antenna. Which would explain why ur little 6 ft er is receiving it.
Sometimes we get lucky. 14.5 dB here (5 dB of margin).

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It was last night, hang tight , I will check it for You

You got a lot of confirmation's, Match Game on Buzzer,  my all time favorite game show
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Appears to be good here also in Arkansas.

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Rumble TV and American Horror are reported to be at 3933 V 3333.  I have not confirmed yet.  Jess out in California
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thanks jess, I can confirm. Seems like a promo loop is rolling.
They look like h264, 1080i format.

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The thanks need to go to zap over at the TVRO forum.  Hope this remains FTA.  Jess out in California
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Rumble TV and American Horror are reported to be at 3933 V 3333.  I have not confirmed yet.  Jess out in California

I saw these on Tuesday but they were just color bars at the time
http://rickcaylor.websitetoolbox.com/post/american-horror-rumble-tv-8510148

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pretty strong for me and im in central mexico
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