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gittist

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What stupid thing did I forget to do?  I downloaded the latest update that showed on the update screen. Of course it wiped all of the channel and antenna data. I got the back up in but the dish is all the way to the west (123 or 125?) and won't move?  I've powered down to box for several minutes and turned it back on but no luck. The antenna set up screen is correct (lat/long/USALS..)

I had to move the STP around to get the USB drive in, is it possible that I messed up the connector on the line to the motor? It seems tight...

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UPDATE:

I installed the latest files from the LinkBox website and I'm up and running again. I went back to the update menu on the box looking to the update file that screwed me but couldn't locate it?  I think my marbles are here someplace....

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biggt

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Make sure that you have the correct setting as in north or east and west. That's all I can think of since I don't have a 9000i.
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