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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Installation/MDU Discussion' started by edbarrows, Aug 16, 2012.
~$500 is probably a lot rich for those who are curious about lightning damage.
Especially when you can get a new LNB for only $90
if i wasn't an installer with an aim meter i would go after the lnbf myself, and i would purchase it from a place that allows returns :lol:
You wanted a good answer, but then you didn't like it.
That's not a bad price considering the engineering that went into it, the production and tooling costs to make it and maybe they will produce 10K of them in it's lifetime? Just a guess.
Not like a smartphone where 10 million is a minimum quantity.
That may well be, but it is still a lot of money for a person to spend to see if the LNB was damaged.
I think the answer to the original question seems to be: Sure, but it might cost you a lot of money.
trilithic is the actual company that manufactures it, to directv engineering specs.