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Freeze at 53 degrees on PLP T2 channels

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The question was for 53 E, not 14 W.
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Match chain ok on 14° west with 80 cm motorized dish and Octagon sf8008......

I tested the sat 53° is transponder 12575...no signal with my 80 cm dish....

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Look at the spot - in Sofia I haven't signal with my 120 cm prime-focus dish.
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I do not have a signal problem, but I have a freeze in both directions
My receiver also supports multi-stream
I do not know what to do next
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Perhaps it is LNB Focus could try Skew LNB
i know you have no Signal issues but you likely have Focus issues , a little movement of the LNB should stop the freezing due to lack of focus you are talking about ..i had similar issues found out in the end it was my Sat receiver tuner just not good enough , if you have a different box that supports multi-stream try that first if not then you do need to try adjusting LNB just moving it by hand should eliminate your freezing .
let us know how you get on...
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Yes, I adjusted the dish yesterday and let the lnb out a bit
But it had no effect on the signal
I will definitely test again tomorrow
thank you
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I tested now but the signal did not go above 91
And I changed the focus of the lnb, but it didn't work
It looks like I have to put a bigger dish or a receiver
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