PSB said:The switch should be side ways with drip loops (water is going to run right into the switch), there should be a ground cable to mast/antenna, so it's not to NEC code, there should be a service loop at dish (what happens if you need to change the LNB) this one would fail a QC check. I also don't like the idea of all the extra weight on the dish, it seems unstable. I would call them back and get them to do it to code- tell them its the LAW. It's just not worth the risk- looks like a dry area with a lot of static.
I wouldnt worry about stacking on top of that box, I can leave it on all day and I can barely feel any heat at all. I does have side vents so it probably doesnt matter. But I would never attempt to put anything on top of my e86, unless its an egg I want to fry. LMAOsnathanb said:1) I wouldn't have anything sitting on top of that voom box.. you will probably overhead it, and whatever is sitting on top of it.
2) Fire the painter
PSB - Can I request you for my install on 6/21 in Cologne??? (west of Chaska/south of Waconia)PSB said:Did you check his license, SBCA1+2, Photo ID or Voom certification........well it looks like you should have! You can check mine below, and you can check my license on the state of MN electricity web page!