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Labgear HDSR300
« on: July 04, 2019,19:07:41 »
Hello All, A customer brought this in, she had extended the LNB cable and then got "overload" on the screen. After visiting her found a loose strand across. Metered across the receiver and I have 25v on LNB socket irrespective of settings. Nothing obvious. Any ideas? Ta.
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Re: Labgear HDSR300
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2019,06:18:08 »
hi tony
sounds like the LNB supply transistor s/c damaged with the short would check that first
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Re: Labgear HDSR300
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2019,18:35:37 »
Thanks for that Astrocat, in my 50 years in the trade Iv'e rarely been so lucky. Suspect f\w, got a programmer but not another receiver to get it from. Hate binning stuff but it would have gone in the garage. But that's what we live in today, a throwaway world, ta, bye.
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Re: Labgear HDSR300
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2019,06:31:10 »
hi tony
always found problem with the lnb supply transistor before should be 18v or 12v for h/v transmissions altering for h/v
would still check it because you have over 20v
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