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    Hi,

    There is many post on this matter but I don't find how to fix my situation. I tried to have EPG for 91,82. LNB is set to OCS-DP for both (sw to 1&2 and I also tried 3&4 and results is the same). Going to EPG menu clicking to BEV it bring to channel 1522. I don't have signal for this channel (therefore no EPG). If I rescan by selecting LNB single, I have signal on 1522 and have EPG. But channels don't work...

    Is there another channel that EPG can be downloaded?
    Is there a way to modify channel 1522 to be with LNB single and the rest with OCS-DP?

    Any other idea on how to get the EPG?

    Thanks,

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    Try 1660-The shopping channel or what ever channel the shopping channel is on.With just having north it might be a different channel number..
    Last edited by Neil Armstrong; 05-17-2019 at 06:48 PM.

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    in order to get the epg you have to have91 scanned.the epg comes off the history channel on sat. 91

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    Hi, I tried the 1660 channel and there is no signal too...
    I tried to scan the 91 like 20 times today. Always the same result. I scanned using automatic scan. There is no signal on history channel with LNB set to OCS-DP.

    Does anyone have another idea? Maybe something tricky with manual scan of on frequency?

    Thanks

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    sounds like your settings might be wrong
    Please post your complete settings for both sats

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    LNB cable connection on port 4 of an OEM BEV dish

    Sat : 91 Nimiq6
    LNB Power : On
    LNB Type : OCS-DP
    LNB freq : 11.250
    LNB 22KHZ : Off
    Diseqc sw 1.0 : 1
    Diseqc sw 1.1 : Off
    Legacy Sw : Off

    Sat : 82 Nimiq4
    LNB Power : On
    LNB Type : OCS-DP
    LNB freq : 11.250
    LNB 22KHZ : Off
    Diseqc sw 1.0 : 2
    Diseqc sw 1.1 : Off
    Legacy Sw : Off

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    I have checked two sources and can't see either 1522 or 1660. Maybe I'm missing something and could be wrong. At any rate all 32 tp's on 82 should be...SR 21500 and FEC 2/3 for the exception of one on the FEC. Maybe post up which tp you are referring to with 1522 and someone maybe able to help a bit more. As to LNB settings if you have a dp with the built in switch you should use OCS-DP. Using another setting other than matches your LNB type could cause an abnormal scan. Like switching polarity could cause scanning problems as well. 12530 if memory serves me is the only one with an FEC of 3/4(A). All the above is in regard to 82.

    91 has the same 32 tp Freqs. as 82 basically but 91 uses SR 20000 and the FEC varies per tp as listed per lyngsat.

    There was or is a way to convert all tp's to vertical to be used with a dp but been so long and your talking bev so not sure if there would be any benefit.

    Imo an individual tp scan works better and less chance of missing some. But that is a personal preference. Not familiar with the T5 but most of the Freqs., SR, polarity and FEC etc. are the same for all stb's basically.

    **Edit...Forgot also there is one on 82 Freq. 12443 that still uses a SR 20000 and FEC of 7/8. Sorry I'm tired and getting rusty.**
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    Quote Originally Posted by foresight View Post
    I have checked two sources and can't see either 1522 or 1660. Maybe I'm missing something and could be wrong. At any rate all 32 tp's on 82 should be...SR 21500 and FEC 2/3 for the exception of one on the FEC. Maybe post up which tp you are referring to with 1522 and someone maybe able to help a bit more. As to LNB settings if you have a dp with the built in switch you should use OCS-DP. Using another setting other than matches your LNB type could cause an abnormal scan. Like switching polarity could cause scanning problems as well. 12530 if memory serves me is the only one with an FEC of 3/4(A). All the above is in regard to 82.

    91 has the same 32 tp Freqs. as 82 basically but 91 uses SR 20000 and the FEC varies per tp as listed per lyngsat.

    There was or is a way to convert all tp's to vertical to be used with a dp but been so long and your talking bev so not sure if there would be any benefit.

    Imo an individual tp scan works better and less chance of missing some. But that is a personal preference. Not familiar with the T5 but most of the Freqs., SR, polarity and FEC etc. are the same for all stb's basically.

    **Edit...Forgot also there is one on 82 Freq. 12443 that still uses a SR 20000 and FEC of 7/8. Sorry I'm tired and getting rusty.**
    its 522 and 660 foresight

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    Quote Originally Posted by levraicerts View Post
    LNB cable connection on port 4 of an OEM BEV dish

    Sat : 91 Nimiq6
    LNB Power : On
    LNB Type : OCS-DP
    LNB freq : 11.250
    LNB 22KHZ : Off
    Diseqc sw 1.0 : 1
    Diseqc sw 1.1 : Off
    Legacy Sw : Off

    Sat : 82 Nimiq4
    LNB Power : On
    LNB Type : OCS-DP
    LNB freq : 11.250
    LNB 22KHZ : Off
    Diseqc sw 1.0 : 2
    Diseqc sw 1.1 : Off
    Legacy Sw : Off
    settings look good I would do a manual scan of each transponder ,multiple scans if needed
    522 is on tp1

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobodyspecial View Post
    its 522 and 660 foresight
    Thanks. Forgot about some stb's adding the extra digits.
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    I populate on ch 1199 fills channels in minutes

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    Hi you can try to put LNB Power to 18V and rescan.

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