[mythtv-users] Diseqc problem with SG2100 rotor and MythTV
Gert-Jan de Boer
boerg at nosco-ict.nl
Sun Jun 10 16:49:35 UTC 2007
On zo, 2007-06-10 at 11:39 -0400, Mlists wrote:
> > I'm at 6 degrees south. My manual said to turn with Diseqc to the
> > nearest satellite with the lowest power (in my case Sirius at 5 east)
> > Then I needed to turn the rotor until I got an image on my TV. To my
> > knowledge 19.2e on the scale must be the 19.2e satellite.
> > Besides: my setup worked for 3 years with a Dreambox DM500 and a MVision
> > receiver using USALS (Diseqc 1.3)
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> I'm using one of these motors and have been for a while. Best way
> with Mythtv is to use USALS. Set your dish up to point DUE SOUTH.
> Set the elevation and azimuth as per the book.
> Then in Myth, set up your motor in the diseqc tree - don't forget to
> add your LNB after the motor. Then add a satellite that's in the
> sound like 91W or similar (depending on LNB you have). Do a scan for
> channels or something similar and the dish/motor will turn to point to
> that satellite. If everything was setup properly you should see a
> lock. If you don't, then you have to loosen some ofthe bolts and turn
> the entire thing ease/west up/down until you get the strongest signal.
> After you have locked onto this first satellite, you should have no
> problems getting the rest in!
> Good luck.
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Thanks for your advice. But my point is that all other devices work with
USALS just the way it is alligned right now. Only mythtv deviates from
the scale. If all other programs and receivers work fine, what's wrong
with MythTV ?
Even when I say turn to 0 MythTV turns to -2 (2 degrees West) this is
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