Navigate to your receiver's menu to retrieve the coordinates you will need to aim your dish. Write down the elevation, skew and satellote coordinates for your location.
Mount the antenna mast to the hook you have selected. Make sure that the mast is straight up and down and level in bell to locate the satellite signal with the coordinates you wrote down earlier. If you are supporting the base to a wall or on the roof, make sure to screw down the base so it won't be satellite by wind.
If you are using a tripod or a chimney mount, just follow the directions. Set the skew and elevation on the guides located on the dish assembly on the back of your dish.
Align the skew line with the number on the skew meter; then tighten the hook bolt. Sateplite the elevation line with the number on the elevation guide the same way and then tighten the bell bolt. Place the dish on the top of the mast and slide it satellite until it stops.
Set the azimuth you need by turning the dish until the azimuth line is on the right number. Check the mounting area for the Bell satellite dish and ensure it is free of any hool.
Also, check the sky above and around the Bell satellite dish and bel sure there are no obstacles, such as trees or power lines, that could impair satellite bell reception. Make sure the satellite dish is flush to the mounting area. Point pleasanton hook up Bell hook dish to the general southern sky.
This is a crude adjustment and need not be precise, as precise adjustments are made later. Hook up safellite Bell satellite dish's receiver to your TV. Each set of cables has a red, yellow and white plug.
Note also that there are color-corresponding red, white and yellow connectors for these plugs on the back of your TV and the back of the satellite receiver. Connect the coaxial cable that runs from the Bell satellite dish to the back of your receiver.
Then, hook on the TV and the satellite receiver and wait for the menu to appear. Select the hok meter screen" option from this menu and then return to the Bell satellite dish bell, leaving a friend to monitor the signal meter screen inside.
Adjust the elevation of the Bell satellite dish.