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I decided to finally hook up the Ku dish just to see what was on the NBC News channels on 103W; however, on my MicroHD, it's showing 0% across the board. It may be my coax cable, but I think it's my LNBF. Is there really a way to find out which it is, or will I just have to replace my cable and see if that works?.

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Might just attach to your receiver with a short cable. Should see a signal (no Q reading) to show the LNBF is working. Should show the same at the dish, if not cabling might be suspect. Used to have a uHD receiver, nice little receiver.
Receivers: AzBox Ultra, Micro HD
-10' dish with Chaparral Corotor II/Norsat DRO LNBs
-36"Ku with SG2100 & PLL321S-2 --... ...--

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as long as your dish is alligned correctly... its either a wrong setting.. bad cable.. or bad lnbf...
- dish = 39" Digiwave, lnbf = dmx 522
- receivers = AZbox premium, Coolsat 6000, freesat v8 nova
- location = Osler, SK, Canada
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