Good KU Dish Mover

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tdust
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Good KU Dish Mover

Post by tdust » Sat Feb 01, 2020 1:56 pm

What is a good KU Band dish mover? I have tried a couple and they both had a little play in the gearing. You can rock the dish a little with minimal pressure.

I have a SG2100 that I am trying to fix. And a Stab HH120.

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Re: Good KU Dish Mover

Post by cpr43 » Sat Feb 01, 2020 6:27 pm

tdust wrote:
Sat Feb 01, 2020 1:56 pm
What is a good KU Band dish mover? I have tried a couple and they both had a little play in the gearing. You can rock the dish a little with minimal pressure.

I have a SG2100 that I am trying to fix. And a Stab HH120.

Thanks
Yes, you're right. I have a brand new SG2100 and the small play in the gearing sometimes when moving keep the dish just a bit off creating problems when using small dishes. Not to many choices out there thou ;)
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Re: Good KU Dish Mover

Post by Marantz » Sun Feb 02, 2020 1:19 am

i have play in a MICROROYAL H2H drive too

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Re: Good KU Dish Mover

Post by STRETCH » Tue Feb 04, 2020 10:16 pm

I have got a few motors which have lasted years and still going.
There will be a bit of play after a few years, they still track the satellites that I require, the item is (Technomate TM2600 H-H DISEQC motor.

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Re: Good KU Dish Mover

Post by Cornhusker » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:43 pm

I have an old SG2100 still running after 15 years of use.I bought a newer SG2100 years after that and there was "slop" in the movement after about 8 years.I took the rotation arm that attaches to the reflector and found a small worn spot causing the slop.I took some aluminium tape and built-up the spot enough to get rid the slackness.I can't be sure this is the same situation in your case?

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