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A "tester" is a hobbyist with no illegitimate motive. If you are performing modifications to your receiver for the exclusive purpose of descrambling and viewing Dish Network or Direc TV so you don't have to pay to watch subscription programming, then you are a pirate, NOT a tester.You can tell if you have a “Dish Pro” as the LNB will be clearly marked on the backside “Dish Pro”. Transponder (TP, frequency) For ES 8/10 at 110W Select “12326” as this frequency is the providers (Dish) information channels 100 and 500 guide’s transponder frequency.If your LNB is not so marked, you have a “Legacy” LNB. Note: this frequency will change with receiver channel change; it will not stay at the frequency you have set it at. 22k Hz = “Off” This setting is used for actuation of dish switches, for multi-satellite installations. Di SEq C (switch) = “Off or None” This setting is used for actuation of Legacy and Dish Pro switches, for multi-satellite installations. Motor = “Off or, None” This setting is for setting up a motorized dish, that can move and aim the dish so you can receive most of the satellites in the Clarke belt. Legacy (Switch, SW) = “Off or, None” This setting is used for actuation of Legacy switches, for multi-satellite installations. For dish connection and aiming a dish we must first determine the dish angle settings for our location, as the satellites are HIGHLY DIRECTIONAL, and we MUST be exact to find them.LNB Power: Set this to “ON” (this selection supplies power to operate the LNB) 3.LNB Type: The LNB is the item on the dish that has the white hockey puck nose; you should have a dish with one LNB on it.There you will find a setup menu similar to below (the numbers are for reference); Instructions for receivers setup: 1.Satellite (name): here you select the satellite that you want to setup (select ES 8/10 at 110W) 2.The Dish must be able to see the satellite without obstructions.The mount must be SOLID, and most IMPORTANT – PLUMB, where the dish slides onto the pole, in all plains (translated - on ALL sides of the dish pole (dish removed), with the bubble level, it’s bubble is between the center lines).If it's about the money, then consider an alternative to Dish Network or Direc TV such as a satellite programming provider that offers true a la carte options.By reading C-Band Satellite Information you will discover there are alternatives to the small dish digital provider monopoly.