I've had Dish for over 15 years but never had this problem before. A little over a year ago on a service call for LNB drift the techs insisted on replacing the dish and relocating it. Until then I'd had occasional issues with snow or ice on the dish itself but never on the LNB's, which were sheltered in the former location from blowing rain and snow. The new dish is black and I have never had ice on it in 13 months. The the LNB's have become coated with thick ice half a dozen times because in the new location they are fully exposed to weather from all directions. The old location was 4 feet off the ground so clearing the dish was easy. The new location is over 10 feet off the ground so I bought a SuperSoaker. I have to give the LNB's a good soaking with hot water to clear them. Happened again in yesterday's storm. Dish completely clear but almost 1/2" of ice on the LNB's. I've read many suggestions for keeping snow and ice of the dish surface. Are there any ways to reduce or prevent ice formation on LNB's?