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01-28-2012, 07:16 PM
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Bell Satellite down, perfect timing :(

Anyone else having problems with their dish? It is snowing..

Watching online for now.

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01-28-2012, 07:19 PM
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wipe off the snow on the dish

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I dont even have cable In the room i'm watching it in got an hd feed with bunny ears.

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Satellite.

Get cable, problem solved.

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Snow has nothing to do with a satellite feed.

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Snow has nothing to do with a satellite feed.
mine had no signal , wiped it off with a towel and it works

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Snow has nothing to do with a satellite feed.

this guys pretty smart................

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Ive had no problems with my dish.

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This is why I choose robbers over hell every time. There's no such thing as reliable satellite.

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This is why I choose robbers over hell every time. There's no such thing as reliable satellite.
Haha. I get it.


Back when I had satellite, it would go out every time there was a rain storm, or snow storm. It sucked..

Cable > Satellite

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Mine went out. I grabbed my extension ladder and went on the roof... not the safest place to be after the weather over the past couple of weeks (lots of different layers of ice/snow). There was probably a 1/4" of snow on it, which I wiped off with my glove. I almost bailed on the way down, but survived and the signal worked fine after that.

I'd really love to switch to Rogers, so I didn't have to risk my life to watch tv when it's snowing.

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