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Apartment Install/Window Mount


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#1 OFFLINE   innovamage

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 09:08 PM

I have been a directtv customer for a year now and i am moving. i called and set up the installation, everything worked great. problem is that i can't mount it on the building or the roof, so my options are in the ground, which isnt a good options as drunk colleges kids would destroy it, the rep on the phone recc that i try a window caddy, which basically suction cups onto the window and hangs out there. the only place i was able to find this was from:

h**p://w**.prosatellitesupply.com/INSTALLATION_ACCESSORIES.htm


any ideas on what should i do, the suction cup is probably my best bet and its not terrible expensive. second is this good dealer or should i look else where....thanks


sorry for having to do the *, long time lurker just now posting and i can't do links until 5 posts...d'oh

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#2 OFFLINE   gendru

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 09:45 PM

I have been a directtv customer for a year now and i am moving. i called and set up the installation, everything worked great. problem is that i can't mount it on the building or the roof, so my options are in the ground, which isnt a good options as drunk colleges kids would destroy it, the rep on the phone recc that i try a window caddy, which basically suction cups onto the window and hangs out there. the only place i was able to find this was from:

h**p://w**.prosatellitesupply.com/INSTALLATION_ACCESSORIES.htm


any ideas on what should i do, the suction cup is probably my best bet and its not terrible expensive. second is this good dealer or should i look else where....thanks


sorry for having to do the *, long time lurker just now posting and i can't do links until 5 posts...d'oh

OUTSIDE YOUR WINDOW! SW

#3 OFFLINE   innovamage

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 06:21 AM

bump...anyone?

#4 OFFLINE   boba

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 06:47 AM

bump...anyone?

HOW MUCH WILL REPLACING A BROKEN WINDOW COST YOU? That concept has never made sense to me, wind pressure on the glass or suction cups coming loose has always seemed a problem waiting to happen.:)




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