VU+ DUO some channels go perfect some don't go

Discussion in 'VuPlus Duo Hardware troubles and Repair support.' started by palohric, Jun 27, 2017.

  1. palohric

    palohric New Member

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    Two issues occured after 6 years of perfect work:
    1/ "only red led". After change of C807 and its neighbours (following instructions on this Forum) machine works perfect, thank you
    2/ despite of correct settings (tried manually, automatic, import of existing one) some channels (frequencies) works prefect and some don't go. There are some channels which worked week ago and now don't go. Is it HW issue?
     
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    Johnny B. Technical Support Staff Member Moderator

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    Could be a hardware issue, thinking of a bad cap somewhere.
    But before thinking of that, I would try first some other type image files.
     
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    Tx for the replay. New image (VTI 11 0 2) instaled but nothing changed. Any idea which capacitor (set of) should I change/measure?
     
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    Vti is not the best image for testing, OpenAtv or Openpli or other should be better I think.
    Do you have it on both lnb inputs?

    If so, then it could be have another cause than some cap issue.
    In any case not a easy fault to find or to repair if it's due a hardware issue.
     
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    bonsoir
    je recherche la dernier version de openpli pour mon vu+ duo v.3.2 Ferrari clone
    merci pour votre aide
     
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    Bonjour, vous pouvez trouver les fichiers sur, (Hi, you can find the files on,), japhar.com vu+ duo
     
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    HI guys!
    The issue is solved. By changing the CCcam from actual v. 2.3.0 back into 2.0.11 everything works perfect.
    Such a stupid mistake.
    Thank you all for help.
     
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    Never thought that cccam could cause this, but learned something again. ;)
    Thank you for your contributions regarding this issue, and nice to read that you've been able to solve it.
     
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    Ha ha ha. CCcam is not related to signal level. CCcam is just emulator. You could say that some channels are opening and others do not. I and Johnny B. thought you did not have a satellite signal and not that you did not decode some of your channels. Some guys can not distinguish the left hand from the right hand.
     
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    Yeah well I keep it on plausible because I have seen allot of trouble which were related to the software/addons versus reception.
    Best is to use the software which you know that it works on your box, and best is to re-scan all the channels automatically.
    If that failed, then there may some issue as a dish issue or other cause as the hw.

    If that works without trouble, then you could consider to take newer or other software.
    And, if the newer software gives issues, then you know that it's most likely related to the new software or you must just have some bad luck with flashing to the box, or a bad nand flash chip which screwed up the channel list data while scanning.

    In any case, before thinking of a hardware issue it's always best to check if it's not related to the software or some addon.