Oyster single LNB to twin LNB

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  1. mikekaren2

    mikekaren2 Funster

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    I am looking to swap out my single LNB for a twin LNB, have any Funsters successfully carried out this on there Oyster system?
    I am aware that I will need to use twin "shotgun" cable but wondered if anyone can advise on the routing & any areas to watch out for.

    Thanks in advance

    Mike
     
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  3. SuperMike

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    Thanks.

    Your welcome.
     
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    hi i have oyster vision2 having job getting a signal any ideas regards steve
     
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    forgot to say only had mh 3 weeks bit different than camper van ta
     
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    How long is a bit of string, but I would start with all the cable connections. Is it even pointing at the correct satellite. Loads of reasons, so need more info please.
     

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