Bob Haller said:I USED to be a E dealer and did install a few D systems. Still help friends and family.
Its interesting I tell folks what they need to do the job after they ask me for help then they try to tell me how to do the job
like this 20 year old cracking RG59 will work fine Or intall dish on top of chimney thats were there supposed to go.
Idiots like this discourage my helping..
DBS is a nice hobby, but I DONT try to make money at it, then it becomes a job and quits being fun.
My real business is servicing office equiptement in the pittsburgh area, these days mostly roll laminatoirs that apply plastic to paper like menus. even its getting old after 30+ years
I would love to move to florida, hate winter in pittsburgh, maybe work at disney
aaw_john said:Was just curious of how many on here are technicians or installers?? And what all do you install?
dishguy15022 said:I am a DSNC Tech from Pittsburgh. I have worked for Dish for over 4 years. I used to install cable for a two subcontractors before I worked for Dish. I was, mostly, a cable modem tech and installed for Adephia, AT&T, Charter and out of market travel.
Are you crisp on retro wiring?..I have a limited knowlegde of a lot of the tricks you guys use..Some of the stuff you guys do is amazing..Mike500 said:I am a Master Electrician and electrical mechanical engineer. I built and serviced satellite communications systems for years with an agency of the Federal government. Since retiring, I now service and install almost anything having to do with dbs and high end AV systems. Dealers subcontract difficult installs to me.