- Jan 24, 2006
I evacuated but reports say my house got water and lots of it. If this is in fact true, will Dish replace the Wally just like if it had gone bad? Thanks.
I believe that damage to Dish equipment is the homeowner's responsibility, i.e. if damaged in a fire your homeowner's insurance covers it after deductible.
Hope you have flood insurance.
If it got wet, best bet is to open the box up, remove the hard drive and flush the motherboard with deionized water and then thoroughly dry it for at least 24 hours - then hope it still works
A number of years ago we had a derecho here, straight line winds of 100+, which did a lot of damage over a narrow path. Initially the news called it an "inland hurricane", but when some lesser insurance companies used that as an excuse to pay nothing, they changed terminology.They had a hurricane in Illinois?
I t depends upon the language of your policy.With most insurance companies, you are lucky to get 10 cents on the dollar for all your damages. When Ivan struck Pensacola, I had $40,000 in damages and the insurance company paid me $18,000 and dropped me with in a year.