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Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by SayWhat?, Jul 20, 2013.
Maybe we will get a 5 minute refund...
Out here in Medford, Oregon, I was having satellite reception issues. I thought it may have been because of a tree obstruction. I actually cut off a few tree branches. I lost my signal around 4:20 PM Pacific Time while I was watching Mr. Magoo cartoons on the KTV Network (Channel 264).
I lost total signal at 6:20 central time today....same time you lost in Oregon at 4:20 Pacific time. My system check tells me I have LNB drift. It shows my Dish 500 with a single LNB for Sat 129. with -12 on LNB drift. I guess I buy another single LNB.... if I can fine one.
They do have backup but it would take more time to switch over than a storm outage lasts.
321 PM MDT SUN AUG 4 2013
...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTH CENTRAL
LARAMIE COUNTY UNTIL 415 PM MDT...
AT 318 PM MDT...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE
EXTENDING FROM ARCHER EXIT TO CHEYENNE TO NATURAL FORT REST AREA...
AND MOVING EAST AT 15 MPH.
HAZARD...GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL AND 60 MPH WIND GUSTS.
SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED. AT 317 PM MDT...GOLFBALL SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED
ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CHEYENNE SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 80.
IMPACT...PEOPLE AND ANIMALS OUTDOORS WILL BE INJURED. EXPECT HAIL
DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING...WINDOWS AND VEHICLES. EXPECT WIND
DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE NEAR...
ARCHER EXIT AROUND 330 PM MDT.
HILLSDALE AROUND 405 PM MDT.
THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 80 IN WYOMING BETWEEN MILEPOSTS 362 AND 384.
THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 25 IN WYOMING BETWEEN MILEPOSTS 0 AND 7.
Thanks for that post, SayWhat.
I just lost signal 3 times in the last hour. I was thinking I needed my dish realigned again but maybe not after I saw you post that.
Current radar image.
It may slide N/E of town and I'm not sure where the uplink array is located.
Would this extended to western PA?
We've had a lot of rain, but the signal loss is more than usual.
Tropical Storm Bill is moving North through Texas so keep your eyes on the forecasts.