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    How to set up motorized system in XCRUISER

    1- On antenna menu press green button and select antenna number 1 .remember to use ONLY number 1 for all the satellite that you are going to set it up in xcruiser motorize system.

    2- east and west limits should be adjusted. means you have to move the dish to the MAX east and west sides and save these positions as shown below to prevent over movments.




    3- after finilayzing east and west limits press blue button and go to search menu.selest the desired TP ( powerfull one ) and by selecting position option you will be eanle to move dish to west and east while monitoring TP signal strenght.


    4- when you found the signal do fine tuning and save the position .

    now start to search automatic (or manual) as you wish on the satellite that you already are pointed to. finish searching and save the channels.
    for the other satellites you dont need to fix limitations again . just go to antenna setting and select number one again but change the satellite to your new satellite that you want to get it.
    one good figure in xcruiser it fine tuning after satellite setup and search by using position button on the RCU . as shown on the following picture you can do fine tuning easliy without going to antenna menu.

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    Re: How to set up motorized system in XCRUISER

    thanks, I will try again follow your perfect mail.thanks again.

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