Notice - Possible Delay of Uplink Reports

Scott Greczkowski

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As our Uplink Center Processing computer is located at our Connecticut Headquarters, the DISH Uplink Reports may be delayed / or unavailable due to Hurricane Sandy. They will return as soon as it is safe for us to do so. Thank you for your understanding!
 

dare2be

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Geez, even Direct and Dish have multiple uplink centers in case of weather...c'mon SatGuys, get with the times! :D
 

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Not acceptable. Isn't there a super secret super protected Satelliteguys uplink center? :p
 

Juan

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maybe we could all pitch in and buy Scott one of those "weather changers" the russians like to use
 

Teehar

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Well to be fair even the Dish uplink centers have had issues over the past few months.:D
 

ljdonato

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Geez, even Direct and Dish have multiple uplink centers in case of weather...c'mon SatGuys, get with the times! :D
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So, Scott, your signature "this is the calm before the storm", I have spent weeks wondering what does it mean, and now I know you were referring to Sandy....:)

On a serious note: Scott and everyone on the East Coast- stay safe, make all precautionary arrangements, keep informed, and, if you haven't already, please take this event seriously.
Hope everything goes by quickly, uneventfully, and to see you back here on the forums soon!
 

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All jokes aside. Scott, please be safe. The same goes to everyone in the path of Sandy--even those inland in the mountains. Watch out for both ice and flooding!
 

Scott Greczkowski

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So far so good here. Winds are up to about 60 MPH now but no power loss and no loss of satellite signal. :D
 

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Scott no probalem your safety is the most important.You and everyone in Hurricane Sandys path please be safe and your all in my thoughts and prayers :)
 

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So far so good here. Winds are up to about 60 MPH now but no power loss and no loss of satellite signal. :D
Glad you fared well. I'm in DC and watched the storm out my living room window in my apartment (6th Floor). Never lost signal, even on 129 from my dish on my balcony. Even saw some transformers blow during commercials (and watched the 15-story apartment building across the street go black...) but we never lost power.

J
 

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Looks like the ifc,fuse, we, etc channels are up, but sd only:rant:
I would have sworn I heard someone mention they were going to be Sd only.Maybe I'm hearing things or perhaps I need glasses.:D
 

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