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gdavisloop

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I normally record NBC from C-band, except for Sunday mornings when I choose Ku (don't ask [wink].  This morning around "Today" it was much too weak to lock reliably, about 5-6dB on my dual-band BUD.  But the NBC/W mux on Ku was normal.

Did other people experience this?

thanks!  --Gary
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Don't know about earlier, but everything looks normal at this time.

11760 H  14.1 dB
11880 H  13.2 dB

1.2M Patriot dish in rainy Northern California
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Sun outage maybe?? .. I get the 11880 tp stronger than 11760.. weird..
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