When using a multiple LNBF bracket or a
Monoblock, when standing behind the dish,
looking at the LNBF, the one on the left (LNBF1)
will always receive the signal of the satellite
located on your right hand side, and the one on
the right (LNBF2) will always be pointing to a
satellite to your left hand side. For example,
if you want to point to 97° & 101°, LNBF1 will
be pointing to 101° and LNBF2 will be pointing
• Find out which satellite is a lower powered
• You must use the LNBF that installs on the
main feed support arm of your dish
to receive signal of the lower powered
• Use the same polarization (skew) as you would
use for any other LNBF.
• Be sure to assign the appropriate DiSEqC port
LNBF1 and LNBF2.
• Lock in your satellite signal.
• Slowly adjust polarization (skew) until your
get the highest signal possible on