Please be more specific. Do you have the dish pointed to Echostar 6, Local oscillator set at 11250 -Mhz ? If your receiver has a smart scan, it can find the transponders & channels automatically, otherwise you need to key in the individual transponder stuff: frequency, symbol rate & polarity. If your receiver gives you a choice of code rate, select Auto. After the scan is done, you can either delete or skip the non-working channels. On my Ariza 700, I change the name of the satellite to something like: A DN.110, then I can sort the channels alphabetically or by transponder. Remember, it's a hobby. Good luck & I'll be glad to answer any specific questions.
Hey Amary, to change the name of a satellite on the Ariza 700, go into: Menu, Installation, Edit TP / Satellite, highlight the satellite you want to rename & press the red button ( see that in the box at the bottom of the screen there is a Red dot & beside it: Rename. Enter the new name & press OK.
Also, for other Ariza 700 users out there, you can edit your channel list to appear like mine, not by deleting the channels that do not work, but by skipping them. ( I have found that with the current BIN files, deleting individual channels from the receiver does not work properly ( glitch )). I find it better to do the following: press Menu, Channel Edit, enter your password "0000" if that's what it is, then the Red ( Sort ) button, then the Red ( Alphabetic ) button & make sure the list is sorted in the proper direction, if not, press the Red ( Alphabetic ) button again, to get the lists reading properly from top to bottom ( example ( $1.99 at the top of the list, not the XWSB ) if you had done a power scan on Echostar 6. Then press "EXIT" on the remote control & press the Yellow ( EDIT ) button. Go through the channels & for the ones that are not on the working list, press the Blue ( SKIP ) button to fade them. If a channel you wanted was faded, then you can bring it back by pressing "SKIP" again. After you are done, press EXIT, the EXIT again & wait for the receiver to save, then EXIT again. Then press SAT button, select DN.110 & the proper list of channels should come up & the channel numbers should start at 1 & go to 110 or so, whatever the running list is. You can make notes on your list or modify my list to suit your needs. Good Luck!