Settings for PRESSTV on DSTV

Press menu
Go to advanced options press ok
Go to dish installation press ok
Enter pin code (9949)
Go to network 2 change frm disabled to other by pressing side arrow then press ok
Go to frequency press ok change to 12682 press ok
Go to symbol rate press ok change to 26657 press ok
Go to fec change 1/2 by pressing side arrow
Go to polarisation change to horizontal by pressing side arrow
 go to accept all displayed values and leave screen press ok.
Go to network 3 change from disabled to other by pressing side arrow then press ok
Go to frequency press ok change to 11625 then press ok
Go to symbol rate change to 15000  then press ok
Go to fec change to 2/3

Go to polarisation change to vertical by pressing side arrowGo to accept all displayed values and leave screen press ok.Go to more networks then press okGo to network 4 change from disabled to other then press okGo to frequency press ok change to 11674Go to symbol rate press ok change to 26652 then press okGo to fec change to 5/6 by pressing side arrowGo to polarisation change to vertical then press okGo to accept all displayed values and leave screen press okGo to more networks press ok go to network 5 then press okChange from disabled to other by pressing side arrow then press okGo to frequency press ok change 12562  then press okGo to symbol rate press ok change to 26657 then press okGo to fec change to 1/2 by pressing side arrowGo to polarisation change to horizontal by pressing side arrowGo to accept all displayed values and leave screen then press ok go to scanall networks and press okDecoder will then take a few minutes to rescanOnce rescan is complete press the tv button scroll down to publicpas7/10and press okPress tv normaly on channel 33

Please note press tv can only be viewed on a single or dual view decoderunfortunately not on a pvr decoder.website: www.presstv.ir

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