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Dish will be removed while they reshingle.

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by ejjames, Oct 10, 2008.

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  1. ejjames

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    How long can I tune and record my OTA channels on my HR20 without a sat signal?
     
  2. rhambling

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    you should be ok, IF you dont lose power to your box. once that happens and your box will need a signal to complete the reboot process
     
  3. Mike Bertelson

    Mike Bertelson 6EQUJ5 WOW! Staff Member Super Moderator DBSTalk Club

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    The AM21 should work just fine. However, rhambling is correct about the power issue.

    I had my roof done last spring.

    I actually screwed my dish to a piece of plywood and proped it up for a couple days.

    This worked pretty well.

    It's not too hard to aim on the ground.

    A word of advice. Don't let the roofers take down the dish. I never did find all the bolts. :rolleyes:

    Mike
     
  4. David MacLeod

    David MacLeod New Member

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    some people have also said they used a bucket with cement as a temp mount, its cheap and may help you as a temp solution.
     
  5. rhambling

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    just have your dish on a pole mount, so you wont mess up your new roof. you can do it yourself or have an installer come do it.
     
  6. joe diamond

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    Yup,

    Remove the mast an leave the dish settings alone. You can bolt the mast to a wood pile or plywood with weight on it. Note the LOS (line of sight) before moving it.

    Joe
     

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