Did you lose Satellite?

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Sean Mota

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I am wondering since I do not have E* or D* functioning right now.
 
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Sean Mota

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kind of strange to lose both of them at the same time.
 
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Sean Mota

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I just checked outside and nothing has changed. Both dishes are still up on the roof but I do not have any signal on both services.
 
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Sean Mota

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Anyone in the East can tell if they still have signal?
 
Wdam33

Wdam33

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Dish is up here in KY. It is currnetly overcast...but signals are all good. Interesting that both services are out on your end.

Mark
 
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CJPC

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E* is up running fine here a major city above ya!
 
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tornadosm

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have signal but no quality

I do not know what happened..no Echostar in Louisiana...starting jan 9 and 10.
I believe this is a dish network sat. I have no quality and full signal. Does anyone know what happened?
 
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In an effort to really keep your costs down, charlie has shut everything off...

At least your tv doesn't suck...
 
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Sean Mota

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Well after brainstorming last night I found out what happened. I have power inserters for both E* and D* connected to the same electrical plug. The electrical plug stopped working and this the reason both satellites were off. I haven't figured out why the plug is not working anymore. My electrical switch box did not show any short circuit but it looks like I will have to hire an electrician to figure this one out. Specially since this electrical line is not older than 2 years. Thanks to all who responded. One reason I did not get back to respond was because I had to turn everything off becasue I was testing the electrical switches. I almost finished at 1am and had to go to sleep. Thanks again.
 
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David_Levin

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Often, when I mysteriously lose a plug it turns out to be a GFCI that tripped somewhere up the line (good chance if you're in a gararge or crawl space).

Check all the GFCI plugs (in the bathrooms)....

(Is new construction requiring more GFCIs?)
 

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