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    Installed a Snow Cover
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    I got tired of tromping thru the snow, especially hard this year with my recent knee surgery. So I called out one of these guys that shrink wraps boats and had him shrink wrap my 8ft. Andrew. Nice and tight, the snow should slide off of it. Cost $80 and being white will last several years in the sun.


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    C: 8' Andrew w/orthomode feeding twin Norsat 8515, Atemio Nemesis
    Ku: 1.2m Channel Master w/orthomode feeding twin NJR universal lnbs, Manhattan
    DBS: Motorized DTV Slimline w/DMS 922 circular, Jynxbox Ultra V3
    4:2:2 AZminiMe slaved off C/Ku
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    Now that's a really cool and original idea Pixl. Sure beats trudging out to the dish and sweeping it. Next project, army camouflage maybe?
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    Great idea! and it looks nice as well.

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    UPDATE:

    The cover slid down the button hook after a cold snap we had. I called the installer, his wife came out the next day in a skirt and fixed it no charge. Nice.
    We have had several inches of snow since then, reception is perfect with most of the snow sliding off.


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    C: 8' Andrew w/orthomode feeding twin Norsat 8515, Atemio Nemesis
    Ku: 1.2m Channel Master w/orthomode feeding twin NJR universal lnbs, Manhattan
    DBS: Motorized DTV Slimline w/DMS 922 circular, Jynxbox Ultra V3
    4:2:2 AZminiMe slaved off C/Ku
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    Darn good follow up service!!! Wish I could say the same thing for some other service oriented companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastof111 View Post
    Darn good follow up service!!! Wish I could say the same thing for some other service oriented companies.
    Yes. amazing! Once in a while you find a good company.
    C: 8' Andrew w/orthomode feeding twin Norsat 8515, Atemio Nemesis
    Ku: 1.2m Channel Master w/orthomode feeding twin NJR universal lnbs, Manhattan
    DBS: Motorized DTV Slimline w/DMS 922 circular, Jynxbox Ultra V3
    4:2:2 AZminiMe slaved off C/Ku
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    way to go Legit Prodigy ,looks good.
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