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I cancelled DISH about a week ago and just received the package for returning the equipment. I understand why they want the Hopper and the Joeys back, but they want more. For starters, I’m not going up a ladder to get to the LNB, and I’ve searched everywhere for this node box, which I believe is hidden underneath the tower. Apart from the fact that I don’t have a ladder tall enough to reach the LNB safely, I’m not crawling under the roof, and with the upcoming heat, this all seems to be out of reach. They sent someone with the necessary equipment to mount everything, but now they want me to retrieve it. What would happen if/when I fail to submit them? I’ll gladly leave a message for them to send someone out to pick them up, but I’m not going to do it. Are they responsible if I do get a tall enough ladder and then fall off of it? Anyone else not returning the pieces that aren’t within easy reach? How did it turn out? Or would I be fined a ridiculous sum or get my credit ruined? Edit: I found the text on the document they sent to be extremely difficult to decipher. It’s written in very small letters in a gray box: “When removing the LNBF from the roof, use caution. If you are unable to recover the LNBF, you will not be fined.” I had to read it with a magnifying glass, and my vision isn’t horrible. There have been 13 views. 85 percent sharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

How to: hopper – joey installation – dish network

For all single Hopper installations, the Dish Network Solo Node is needed. The Solo Node allows you to connect up to three Joeys to one Hopper using two cables from a Dish Turbo HD LNBF.
This is needed for the Hopper 2 to function properly. I used a Dish 1000.4 eastern arc dish to link it to. I used the LNB’s second and third ports. The first port is expected to be a satellite 77 port, with a single cable feeding all three satellites. Dish hopper only works with 61.5 and 72.7 SATS, which necessitates two coax runs from those ports to the NODE in order for a Hopper 2 to function properly. After that, a single cable connects NODE to Hopper 2.
Hopper 3 and Hybrid LNB are not compatible. Instead, you’ll need a Dish Pro Hybrid Solo or Duo Hub. I didn’t do my research, but the product was as advertised. Just operates with a DPP LNB and Hopper 2 or lower.

Dropping dish network and shipping equipment back

GoChain (GO), a blockchain platform that claims to be capable of 1,300 transactions per second, revealed on Monday that Dish Network (DISH) has become the first business node signer on its public mainnet.
We are thrilled to announce that @dish, the leading US satellite TV provider, and @Sling, the leading LIVE streaming TV service, are now approved block signers on our public mainnet. We’re excited to collaborate with their development team!??? KVn8WVmtU8 https://t.co/KVn8WVmtU8
Dish Network is the perfect member to sign blocks since GoChain’s Proof-of-Reputation (PoR) consensus algorithm relies on reputable validators, according to the announcement. This type of consensus enables a fast and scalable blockchain network, with 50 enterprise companies signing blocks at the same time.
Dish Network CIO Atilla Tinic said, “We are curious about new and exciting technologies that can help us better deliver for our customers.” “Because GoChain’s method is interesting, we’re offering some of our top developers a chance to try it out.”

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Are you able to assist me? Last night, our hopper worked well. When we turn it on this morning, it says “acquiring signal.” Will not progress. No luck with the button reset or unplugging for a few minutes. When I checked the switch, it didn’t even remember the node or dish, just a bunch of red x all over the place. The temperature is 70 degrees and sunny. Since there has never been a dish here before, all new wire to the dish and hopper was installed in January 2013. The node was left outside, attached to the dish’s pole.
My three Duo Nodes are all older models, two from Dish and one I bought myself. May this be the source of two of my Hoppers’ low signal from 118.7, xponder 1, tuner 3 that we discussed in our PM? Both of these Hoppers are linked to separate Duo Nodes. There’s no problem with the other two Hoppers; their signal strengths are all fine.
My three Duo Nodes are all older models, two from Dish and one I bought myself. May this be the source of two of my Hoppers’ low signal from 118.7, xponder 1, tuner 3 that we discussed in our PM? Both of these Hoppers are linked to separate Duo Nodes. There’s no problem with the other two Hoppers; their signal strengths are all fine.

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