Can I bypass the solo hub or is it required?? I think that may be the defective piece on this system.Seeing only one satellite can be indicative of several things. They include incorrect installation, a misaligned dish, a bad RG6 cable connection, a defective LNB, a defective switch, a defective receiver or another defective component. It usually takes some troubleshooting to isolate the issue.
This might help:
If there is any other existing equipment, such as switches, bypass them for now. They may be incompatible.
When I use a straight coax and remove switch it still finds 91. Could the LNB be switched back to my 2 double ports and just remove the quad LNB? Would that work with the 9500? Or do I need the Quad? I think my LNB may be faulty.Can I bypass the solo hub or is it required?? I think that may be the defective piece on this system.
ok, got it figured out, thxHi allanjoy,Basically Both cable lines come off the dish and into your house, in one room where you have the 9400, you would need to bring ONE of those Coax lines, and connect it to a a DPP Separator then connect the Separator to both inputs on your 9400.
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