Sky Dish Alignment

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Sky Dish Alignment

Postby James09 » Sat Aug 02, 2014 1:36 am

Have a "freeview" box but I'm missing a few channels. I had problems in the past with missing channels but I moved the sky dish a bit and they came back on however they have gone off again and I've tried moving the dish but still no joy. I live in an apartment so the dish is on the balcony so no need to climb on roof or ladders etc.

Can anyone recommend someone that would re-align the dish relatively cheap? Got quoted €25/€30 which is a bit steep as I believe the dish is only slightly out of line and how easily accessible the dish is.

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Re: Sky Dish Alignment

Postby dunne109 » Sat Aug 02, 2014 12:02 pm

You could pick up a satellite Signal meter on ebay for less than a €10 yourself

Our if you have a smartphone there are free apps(although I've never used one) ... 49397?mt=8

I had a guy come out to mount and align a dish and run wires from it recently for €50 which I thought was reasonable. DM if you want his number.

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