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when there are itc games from england what satellite should i fast scan to find them
Mike

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55w - most are usually biss or powervu scrambled. both were the case this weekend
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In the last season the feeds were present in 55.5 ° W and 47.5 ° W, both in tandberg encryption, yesterday there were two feeds, one in 47.5 and one in 55.5 ° W, with a mux of 4 channels with 4 different matches, tandberg enciptación also
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i love fast scan because come qualifiers those atlantic birds 40.5 to 55 west i am sure there must be a ton of soccer......especially soccer 7 days a week there is always games being played around the globe,.,.,feel bad for soccer fans who can't get their dish below 72 west .....
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