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    I would suggest setting 30w up again, skew the lnb so signal is peaked.
    Move the dish as instructed before and adjust the elevation.
    This is 30w set up for leamington spa
    Dish Setup Data
    Elevation: 24.6
    LNB Skew : 20.2
    Turn clockwise standing behind the dish

    This is 27w
    Elevation: 25.5
    LNB Skew 18.7
    Turn clockwise standing behind the dish

    You see not too much needs tweaking dish elevation and lnb skew wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manic01 View Post
    Hes going to try in portugal, oh well.
    I use a one metre dish for 27w in southern Spain. One perk is if you fix a standard LNB to the side of the LNB already on the dish (pointing to 27w) with the second LNB rim in contact with the first, on the right of the first LNB, You can pick up 30w (cable ties useful here!)

    This gives some great film channels, nat geo and BBC entertainment. PS thanks manic01 for help in the past

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    Yes but those channels on 30w are via cs remember
    80cm dish is more than enough for 27w/30w in Spain/Portugal

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