I'm moving into a building with a central dish on the roof for every unit in the complex. Seemingly, the company that manages the dish, wiring and other equipment in the building is completely and utterly incompetent. See here:
31 one star Yelp reviews as well as a general raking over the internet coals doesn't make me particularly confident in handing them my credit card number. They rent washing machines, for God's sake.
This may mean that I'm going to have to break my contract with D* (after just a few months) and eat the ETF. Needless to say, I'm not happy about this prospect. I really enjoy my D* and would prefer to keep it if I can.
I don't know a whole lot about the system in the building (yet) but there are a couple of dishes on the roof; one of them looks like an older dish and the other is a slimline. That's all I've got to go on right now.
What are your thoughts? Think I could get a local (socal) installer to come out and do things the right way? Suck it up and pay the ETF?
Edited by Jschmuck2, 02 August 2010 - 09:31 AM.