HOW TO INSTALL MYTV DISH ON STRONG DECODER
How to install mytv dish on strong satellite decoder is very easy and as simple as cooking a noodle on a gas cylinder. All you are required to do is to make available required materials will be listed below.
These are required materials to install MYTV on STRONG decoder
- Reflector (dish)
- Lnbf (this is the one located in
- front of the dish
- Coaxial cables,
- spannerring or flat,
- Cellotape (black one),
- Sharp knife,
- F connectors,
- Back to back connector (incase it comes to joining a cable together but it is not advisable to do so)The above listed are the basic materials needed to setup mytv on strong decoder. Most of these items come along with the decoder and also can commonly be found in any decoder shop in Nigeria or online.
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The Strong dish must not have any thing obstruction it example trees or building. There is no need to keep it too high above the ground. After you assemble everything together with the lnbf then fix the strong decoder on the pole or on the Y that is joining the pole.
Then before you start to track your dish you should first of all set the kind of scan we have picture, auto, manual, and blind scan but the best one to go with is the picture or manual scan. To choose this you have to go to your menu on your decoder with your remote and tap on installation option a dialogue box will den show up, just put 0000 as the code it will open then scroll down and choose manual scanning from there you got to track satellites like intelsat 7,10/ku, Eutelsatw3a etc continue tracking till the signal indicator turns green.
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Track intelsat 7,10/ku first because it is very easy to get then to get the eutelsat w3a set your frequency to 12728H,30000. Hope this post about how to install mytv dish on strong satellite dish is useful, for more question just feel free to do so by commenting and you get the answer instantly.