I don't have a clue were that's at, or much interest. That DMA is under distress for SIN30s.
There are Travel Techs in the area doing QC's. There wouldn't be any reason to come inside if your install failed outside.
Some of those non English speaking techs are my friends.
Ones an electrician in NC, making more doing DirecTv installs and service. He's damn good.
The other speaks Spanish and fluent Italian(where he got a law degree).
I'll shutup an go back to watching 42 now. shoot.
Odd that you wanted to know where I am then do not care. No matter.
Bottom line, there is no way he could of done a proper QC unless he went on the roof and actually looked up close.
The techs that were here for my upgrade did go to where the dish was installed and noted the installer hit several roof joists with lags. Only way to check that is to go inside. The techs also replaced connectors (and grounding blocks) inside that had not been Directv approved as well as the splitter with a newer version along with redoing the ground (12ga to 8ga). No way to check any of that without going inside.
I do not think you could hold a tech responsible if the outside work failed and they had nothing to do with the outside work.QC should only critique the work they did. If they want to inspect the outside work, they would be welcome to do so and if it failed, make arrangements to being it up to codes.
While the QC guy had a nice smile, was sure to flash his credentials, it was obvious he did not want to actually check the work. Fill out the form, go to the next houses and call it a day. Bang them out.
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a man on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."