No. When I align useing channel 284 I get about 20 channels.
IMHO you are totally dialed into F2 and missed FR1. Take your dish off the mast and ensure #3 below is true.
Here's my method to setup a Shaw Direct Dish. It's really just like paint by numbers.
Setting up /Tuning a Dish should take less than an hour if you've got good gear, a clear line of sight to the Birds, and:
1 : Got reasonable access to the Dish for adjusting / tighening
2: You've got a reciever and TV close by for tuning - with power
3: Your mast is vertical in both planes (plumb) and solidly mounted
According to Dishpointer your settings in Belleville, Ontario are:
Azimuth (true): 219.6°
Azimuth (magn.): 231.7°
LNB Skew : 27.2° CW
According to Shaw's Manual its'
Azimuth (magn.): 232°
Skew : 117°
Then set your Elevation to 31.0° and Skew @ 90°
(to start).(Tighten them down.) Mount the Dish onto the mast but don't clamp it too tight. (You want to be able to easily rotate it on the mast.) Connect your cables & turn on the TV and set the Reciever to 299. Take a compass reading and aim the dish 20° east of what you think is the right direction. Turn the Reciever onto channel 299 and put it onto the signal strength meter in Options.
Then pan westward in 2° increments stopping for 15 seconds between adjustments to let the Reciever advise if you are seeing the Bird. If you get 20 degrees past where you thought the Bird was then adjust the elevation up 1° and pan eastward using the same methodolgy above. If you get 20 degrees past where you thought the Bird was then adjust the elevation down 2 degrees, and pan westward using the same methodolgy above.
If you've got good gear (cables, connectors, LNB, Dish, TV and the Reciever) and you've followed the above (paying particular attention to the mast and skew at 90° initially) you cannot fail to find F1R. Once F1R is found then try to find the sweet spot be moving 1/2° increments in one direction until the signal strength no longer is gaining but is starting to drop off. Then go the other way until you find the maximum signal obtainable with the present elevation and skew @ 90°. Then lock the dish down for Azimuth.
Then Tune the Receiver to Channel 700 (which is on F2) and I'll bet you'll have a decent signal. If not, now you can adjust the Skew to max out the signal. Again do it in 1° increments allowing 15 seconds between adjustments to let the Reciever advise if you are seeing the Bird, and what signal strength it's giving you. Once F2 is found then try to find the sweet spot be moving 1/2° increments in one direction until the signal strength no longer is gaining but is starting to drop off. Then go the other way until you find the maximum signal obtainable.
Now you switch back to channel 299 and see what impact your Skew adjustments did. The rest is just fine tuning and compromises so both Birds are strong.
In BC the weakest channels seem to be Channel 264 Classic Channel Lineup (319 Advanced Channel Lineup) and Channel 260 Classic Channel Lineup (312 Advanced Channel Lineup). Once you've got both Birds strong you can try to find out which transponders are poorest for you and use those to tweak your dish. By then you'll be into Ecb/no values for tuning
like I am here: