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How Monoblocks Work - Installation Diagrams & Pix

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Post How Monoblocks Work - Installation Diagrams & Pix

Thought this would help those who want some guidance on installing a monoblock LNB. Just move the LNB so the clamp holds the other side if the dish is pointing to 13E.

Same principle applies for all sats which are 6deg apart.
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Technomate TM-1500 Cl+Super 95cm Dish 0.2 LNB Stab HH90 Motor/Technomate TM-5500 Cl Super 90cm Dish 0.3 LNB Fixed on 12.5w/Fortec Star FSCl-5100 65cm Dish 0.3 LNB Fixed on 19.2E/6 Boxs of Freeview/Sky+/Sky/New but very very slow on Blind scan but good.Technomate TMS-1500 Cl 65cm Dish Fixed 0.3 LNB at 30west
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