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Genie wiring

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Tips and Resources' started by johnchart, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. johnchart

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    Just had new Genie installed. Works fine. I noticed they changed the wiring quite a bit. When I take my Genie box down to S. Texas for the winter will I have to call DIrecTV to have setup done again? Will my monthly protection plan cover cost?
     
  2. peds48

    peds48 DIRECTV A-Team DBSTalk Club

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    Hmm, this is a very "complicated" situation. who installed the DirecTV system at the other house? The protection plan would not cover this as you are not "supposed" to be doing this to begin with
     
  3. HoTat2

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    What do you mean peds?

    If say the TS is a "snowbird" with technically two accounts of which only one is active at a time (changed at no more than twice a year), why can't he do this as I see you yourself affirmed once in the DIRECTV forum?

    http://forums.directv.com/message/11229287#11229287

    But I agree, the P.P. won't cover the cost of the install at the home in S. Texas.
     
  4. inkahauts

    inkahauts DIRECTV A-Team

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    If he changes service address twice a year as well, I'd think he'd beagle to get it done via movers offer as well this time.
     
  5. peds48

    peds48 DIRECTV A-Team DBSTalk Club

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    What do you mean peds?

    If say the TS is a "snowbird" with technically two accounts of which only one is active at a time (changed at no more than twice a year), why can't he do this as I see you yourself affirmed once in the DIRECTV forum?

    http://forums.directv.com/message/11229287#11229287

    But I agree, the P.P. won't cover the cost of the install at the home in S. Texas.


    By "complicated" I meant the TS might have trouble (meaning it might not be easy) getting this done through DirecTV thus the reason of "unsupported" in quotations marks. YMMV
     

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