An unused dish setup falls precisely under the classification of "incomplete or unsuccessful installation".
I have to disagree. It was "complete and successful" at one time, and now is only not complete and not working successfully because of the actions of a D* installer.
I'm not suggesting that it is fair or right, just that they have written in language that very specifically releases them from having to do anything about it.
My understanding of this exclusion clause (and it's exact verbiage is "Repairs associated with incomplete or unsuccessful installation") is that it is meant that the PP doesn't cover this because D* should. Remember, the PP coverage is provided not by D*, but by third parties such as AIG WarrantyGuard. There is no reason that these insurers should pay for repairs of something that D* installed improperly to begin with; D* should be covering those items.
After considering that, I do not see this situation as being something that should be covered under the PP. However, I do believe D* should handle it. Their installer put the dish there to begin with. Regardless of what rules might apply, they did it and should be responsible. Period.