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      X-Factir X-1 How To Add TP

      X-Factor X-1 How to add TPs

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      Adding TPs:

      1) Go to menu, tools, delete all channels - highlight yes and push OK
      2) Go to menu, installation, antenna set up and choose sat. Then push exit once to return to the installation menu -
      3) Then choose TP at the bottom of the list.
      4) Push green button on remote to add a TP. This will open a new window
      5) Fill in as below.

      TP frequency
      Symbol Rate
      Polarity

      6) Save Highlight & push OK

      Repeat for other TP if you wish. Only one TP in the list is required if you are going to scan the sat.

      Now return to the antenna set up menu and choose sat. Push red button to scan. When done choose sat and push red button.

      Keep this in mind - The changes to the TP list is not permanent, the next time you do a factory default, load a new file or delete
      all ch's you will again have to add the missing tp info. This may correct in future bins.


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