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#1 dog-man

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Posted 16 September 2013 - 10:24

I have a problem setting up usals on my vuduo using openpli 3.

 

I set tuner A to simple / positioner and input my longitude and latitude.

I set tuner B to equal to A.

 

 

If I manually select a satellite to scan via the menu, the dish will move to that satellite and scan in the channels.

 

If after doing this for the satellites I want access to, and then try to just select a channel on a particular satellite, the dish will not move.

It will just stay parked at the last satellite that was scanned.

 

If I then scan for channels on the satellite I want to view from, the dish will move to that satellite and scan and I will be able to view the channel I want to watch.

 

Only that way can I make the dish move, never in the simple way just be selecting a channel.

 

So what could be my problem?

 

I have never used usals before so perhaps I have done something wrong.

It is so simple though, and I am following written instructions, so I just cannot see that I have done anything wrong!

 

Can someone advise me please.



Re: Problem with USALS #2 Robinson

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Posted 16 September 2013 - 10:54

I understand you have a rotor and a twin LNB and 2 tuners on your box?

Which tuner is directly connected to your rotor? Tuner A or B?

Also, I think tuner B should be somethiong like "second cable of a motorized dish" and not "equal to A" because only 1 cable is connected to your rotor, not both.


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Re: Problem with USALS #3 dog-man

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Posted 16 September 2013 - 13:37

That seems to have fixed my problem.

 

I set tuner B to loopthrough to A and it seems to be operating normally now.

 

Thank You.







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