Dish 2000 died can I get deal from Dsh Net

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Soccernut

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My Dish 2000 died the other day, what kind of deal can I get for a new receiver from Dish? I would like to get a 811, will it work with Legacy LNB's and 64 switch? also have 4700 upgraded to 4900, 4000 and 3000.
 
jerryez

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Call and ask. You do not have to accept any offer. But be sure to call and ask several times to check with several CSRs.
 
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The 811 will work with legacy lnbf's and legacy switches. You should not get any DishPro lnbf's since you have so many legacy receivers unless you want to pay a lot of money for each DishPro adapter in which would cost almost as much as a new receiver.

Sometimes Dish has a deal for their existing subscribers for a remanufactured receiver for $50 or $60. You can also get the $1.99 warranty and sometimes they will replace the receiver for you for free if you take the warranty but you have to keep the warranty for one year.
 
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You should qualify for the DVR-510 upgrade for $99 with a 1 yr. commitment you get a 510 with free installation and you can trade in your 2000. If you get a good CSR you might be able to get the free upgrade with a 2 yr. commitment.
 
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boba said:
You should qualify for the DVR-510 upgrade for $99 with a 1 yr. commitment you get a 510 with free installation and you can trade in your 2000. If you get a good CSR you might be able to get the free upgrade with a 2 yr. commitment.

The reason I want the 811 is that I have a HDTV ready tv, I'm not to found of 1 or 2 year commitments and have 3 VCR's to wear out before trying a DVR, maybe by that time all the bugs will be exterminated.
 

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