Do i need to align my dish if changing from 1lnb to dual?


Bronze Member
Username: Boki

Post Number: 18
Registered: Feb-07
right now i have 1 lnb pointing at 119. if i replace it with dual lnb, do i have to move the dish to the right a little bit or will i get good signal without moving the dish?

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Username: Satscanner

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Post Number: 1331
Registered: Nov-06
no,leave the dish setting alone.

Bronze Member
Username: Boki

Post Number: 20
Registered: Feb-07
satscanner are you sure i don't need to move my dish because i will be using a bracket which will move my 119 two inches to the side.... i also heard of people talking about poor man's dish where you just add on a single lnb to the side of 119 to get 110. i just don't know what material to use in order to stick it on to my existing lnb.

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Username: Alfons_ramahotmailcom

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Post Number: 88
Registered: Jan-07
try tape

Bronze Member
Username: Boki

Post Number: 21
Registered: Feb-07
so only thing i need to do is put another regular lnb to the right side of the dish when looking from the back to get 110.
do i need to put something in between the 2 lnb (like a little stick) so they are not attached to each other?
how much do i have to lower my second lnb in order to get 110? because i saw some pictures where 110 is lower than 119

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

Post Number: 640
Registered: Oct-06

- Don't move your dish
- Strap second LNB
- You'll need a 4-input DISEqC switch
- put 119 on port-1, 110 on port-2
- You'll need to assign each LNB to respective port in antenna setup

New member
Username: Mark58

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-07
Move the dish between 110 and 119 and strap another lnb to right side of 119 (looking from behind the dish)and keep 110 lnb about 1/2 lower.

New member
Username: Hotrod3_652000

Dallas, Tx Usa

Post Number: 3
Registered: Jan-07
how do i get 110 back on my receiver
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