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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-11-2008, 11:20 Thread Starter
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Multimo how do you remove lnb

Hi I have a multimo dish and it has a broken lnb and I wish to remove this does anybody no how to do this as i cannot find any instructions anywhere.

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Have moved you to Satellite TV Kenny.

More chance of a response there, and this will give you a bump too!!
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Hello Kennyo,
The Multimo LNB is usually bonded to the rear of the dish and not really removable, however there are the odd exceptions.

So remove the dish from the base, push the LNB towards the left hand side of the black bracket (7-O-Clock from behind) grip the LNB and bracket with your left hand and twist the nose cone to the right..... it will come free with a little persuasion if itís removable.

If not then I am afraid it means a new dish.
You could ring RoadPro they quite often have ex demonstration models for a good price, they also sell the replacement LNBs (they are not universal)
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Cheers van-ish
Looks like new dish. Use as a spare so have to have a think about a new one but will give roadpro a ring to see how much ex demo ones are when I get back
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Dear Sir,

I noticed you solution " So remove the dish from the base, push the LNB towards the left hand side of the black bracket (7-O-Clock from behind) grip the LNB and bracket with your left hand and twist the nose cone to the right..... it will come free with a little persuasion if itís removable. " to replace LNB on Multimo AX-40.

What is " the nose cone " ? Is it the black rubber ring ?

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Best regards from Belgium

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Gilbert, could I suggest you contact @VS_Admin to ask them to remove your email from the post, otherwise you might be inundated with spam.

Welcome to the forum. The thread you've posted in is a very old one but hopefully someone will be able to answer your question.

I don't have TV so it's a closed book to me (along with much else!)

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Gilbert your first post and you are responding to a thread that is 11 years old so it is not relevant today.
However if you wish to offer advice on the subject in general it would be wise and helpful to start a new thread.

PS. Welcome.

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Thanks for your input, I asked to remove it.

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I always think when new folk post in an old thread, at least they've made an effort to find what they're looking for. They may not notice the date of the posts, or maybe think it's best to use an existing thread rather than start a new one.

I don't know if members look at a new post n think 'Ancient thread, I'll not bother answering' but just in case they do, it might be good to follow EJB's advice and start a new thread. In the same forum - Mechanical and Technical > Satellite TV
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