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dryden

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HI GUYS..i'm searching for some infos for programming satellites with a coolsat 5000 platinum...i have some difficulties to syncronise my v box and this receiver ...also have problem to change satellite name (ex. scanned 91 degrees but the result is 95 degrees)[bawl]


i need help !!!


thanks in advance

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techjunkie02

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Look for a coolsat 5000 manual, they're online.
The 5000 is real easy to use, just follow the manual and the menus.

if your scan result was from 95 that means you were pointing at 95 when you scanned. It doesn't matter what the menu selection says, you just need to know where you are pointed. So now you can use that as a starting point...move about 20 counts one way or the other, and do another scan, see what you get, then fine tune those, and keep going..

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