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sattelight reception problems

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Last year i had no prob fi di g reception. I have the black arrow pointing north. Cranke up the dish proprerly actually have signal strenght anyywher from 90-95 percent. Signal gose in and out. I have reception but lose it. Its not that windy. Have had it working fine before in windyer condition than this. But the dish dose wobble up and down a bit.half inch maybe. Anyideas sorry for typos on the phone and the lake right now.

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I just had a similar issue at cabin. Ended up being one of the coax connections. Check connections, the male part can pull out a bit and it causes problems or no signal at all.

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I just had a similar issue at cabin. Ended up being one of the coax connections. Check connections, the male part can pull out a bit and it causes problems or no signal at all.

Same issue for me with no signal. Took one of the short cables off and sure enough, the male pin inside one coax connector was pushed in some.

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If it's not the connector I'm going to guess it's the wobble. They aren't as finicky as most think on being the exact angle but I could see the wobble causing problems with signal consistency.

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