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Problem Birdog Pointer & NSS 6

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Apr 14th, 2009 at 6:17pm  
So I got a birdog pointer went to load the nss 6 satellite into it from the web site and it was not listed and I have seen someone use a birdog to point to this sat. Does any one have the file or know of another possible solution, I emailed them no response yet.
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Eric Johnston
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Reply #1 - Apr 14th, 2009 at 8:25pm  
Contact the manufacturer or your service provider for a personalised file.

Tell them your location, the local oscillator frequency of your LNB and the polarisation you require.  Hopefully there will be a TV type carrier that the Birdog can recognise on the beam that you are interested in.

Failing that can you identify another nearby satellite ?  If so, then count among the orbit to your wanted satellite.

Best regards, Eric.
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