1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

zgemma combo tune failed on a few channels all images

Discussion in 'Zgemma-Star H2' started by justwantsky, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. justwantsky

    justwantsky Registered

    166
    0
    i recently bought a cpl of zgemma im using them on cable

    i have an issue when i use sport1 hd or a cpl of hd channels the signal level comes back 0% or tune failed

    ive reeflashed this ive put differentimages on and still the same problem

    thanks
     
  2. YonyY

    YonyY Registered

    123
    0
    You have a weak signal. Have a good look around the forum - it's been discussed a lot.
     
  3. ants1184

    ants1184 Registered

    4
    0
    Same issue, fine at my house not at my mates sd all good only few hd working.
     
  4. dangerous

    dangerous TK Veteran

    3,148
    599
    Sounds like signal issue
     
  5. Enzo_89

    Enzo_89 Registered

    76
    0
    Some people get this if both tuners set up and only 1 is connected

    Sent from my SM-T535 using Tapatalk
     
  6. ants1184

    ants1184 Registered

    4
    0
    Tuner a not connected and fine at my home,not there's. Last thing I'm going to try is removing any cable splitters. See if that is causing to weaken the signal.

    ---------- Post Merged at 02:35 PM ----------

    Wonder if there is a way to test vm signal strength like u would satelite.
     
  7. YonyY

    YonyY Registered

    123
    0
    Your zgema will tell you. Where the reading is will depend on the skin you're using. Look for the 'SNR' reading. There will be a reading for each channel.
     
  8. justwantsky

    justwantsky Registered

    166
    0
    theproblem is the drivers in openatv
     
  9. YonyY

    YonyY Registered

    123
    0
    K
    What problem is?
     
  10. ants1184

    ants1184 Registered

    4
    0
    Problem sorted, the splitter seemed to be reducing the signal to the downstairs feed. Splitter removed and all channels bk in HD.