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Great Tips For Installing Your Own Satellite Dish

Both DirecTV and Dish Network, which happen to be the two leading providers of satellite TV programming will give you a complete satellite TV system when you sign an extended programming agreement...

Both DirecTV and Dish Network, which happen to be the two leading providers of satellite TV programming will give you a complete satellite TV system when you sign an extended programming agreement with either one of them and it also comes with free installation, so there is no need for you to bother with your Dish the first time it is installed. This is only a one time deal though and if you relocate for any reason it is entirely your responsibility to have your satellite TV system removed and installed in your new home.

†They will do it for you as many times as is needed though but they do it for a nominal fee as many times as is needed after the first free installation. Itís not expensive to have done though and it is recommended that you leave this job to professionals, so you can be assured that the job is done correctly also it can be dangerous if you have to install the dish on your roof or any other place that requires a ladder to do the job.

†If you are planning on getting up on your roof then there are some rules that you must follow to make certain that you donít fall. Its not the falling that is the problem that you have to worry about, its hitting the ground that can cause all of the problems for you. If the roof is at all icy and this includes even a light coating of frozen mist, donít even attempt to get on it, because the risk of slipping off is increased immensely by the ice.

You can use a tripod to attach your dish to until the cold weather passes; because once you start to slide on an icy roof you wonít be able to stop until you hit the ground. Start by walking around the perimeter of the dwelling to select out a place that has a clear unobstructed view of the southern sky that the dish can be mounted on. Then go into your attic and see if you will be able to run your cable to this place you have selected. Take a flash light with you and a stick to swoosh the cob webs away with and you also may need a can of wasp spray also.

†Donít step through the ceiling of your house, or any savings that you anticipated will be lost due to the damage. Assuming you are able to access the place you have selected to mount your dish from the attic then you can run your cable. Mount youíre Dish solidly, using new hardware that you can get from the hardware store and remember to pre drill your screw holes to avoid splitting any wood. If it is a stucco house, or a house that is sided with anything other than woodArticle Submission, make sure that you are drilling into one of the framing members when you attach the dish or it will eventually come loose. Use an exterior cable connector with a rubber boot on it to connect the cable and then use cable clips to secure any loose hanging cable to solid surfaces. You can then use a compass to make the final adjustments to your dish and then run the cables on the inside of the house. Good luck!

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