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This wouldn't be the forum to ask this question.
I'm guessing he has the box somewhere it isn't supposed to be and is concerned Directv will find out and shut him off.
Soldering isn't an easy task for a novice and is in fact bad advice.
Loose connection/bad cable or a bad lnb would be my bets.
My response was directed to P Smith, not you.
With a satellite dish, any bend is a bad bend.
You said it's only on local channels. What are your signal strengths on just those transponders?
What? You are going to spend thousands of dollars on a move in order to save hundreds on fees to Directv? Really?
They will charge you for the HR44 if you don't return it within (I think) three weeks. Regardless, once your service is terminated, you can't...
You could get a replacement at no cost or commitment by calling and saying the HR20 is dead and won't even boot up. The best you will get is an...
Take the cover off the buttons. It's oval shaped. Then remove the rubber cover and use a contact cleaner on the buttons. Going from memory!
What was the number you called?
Why do you think you were talking to Directv?
A failing lnb or loose connection.
I'll climb out onto that limb and say you are missing some understanding, too. There are in fact 10 regions, not nine.
You clearly don't understand how it works. If a station isn't available in HD, how can Directv carry it in HD?
I'm surprised they even sent you a second Genie.
If he had a healthy back he might have made the HOF.
Perhaps. Maybe Mariano.
So who is the greatest living Yankee now?