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Dying LNB?

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Question Dying LNB?

Hi all, just wondered if anybody can help. I've recently bought a satellite PCI card for my computer, and have been playing with the spectrum analyzer/blind scan in DVB Dream. I've noticed that I'm not getting any signal on the high vertical band of my quad Inverto Black LNB.

Initially I thought that it was a problem with the card/drivers - but after testing signals on an actual satellite receiever too, I'm also seeing that there's barely any signal on anything high+vertical. In fact, only a couple of TP's on 13E come through on that part of the band!!

I understand that LNB's can blow (and it's possible that I may have shorted it with a loose connection or something) - but would it cause ALL of the 4 outputs to fail at that band? I though that a quad LNB was essentially like having 4 seperate ones?

I'm not sure how long it's been like this for (as I only tend to use the satellite to pick up feeds, which are usually low band), but anybody know what's could of caused it, and if there's a way to fix?

Here's the shots of the spectrum analyzer
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