Random Act Of Kindness

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JAS

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Free to a good home, I picked up a couple of analog C/KU receivers for free and am willing to donate them to some one who needs a dish mover. Just pay actual shipping charges.

1 Uniden SQ560
2 Echostar 510

If you have a USB or PCI card which will do S2 that you want to get rid of, we can trade and I'll pay the shipping for the analog receiver you want.
 
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Mr Tony

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I wish I could plant a dish in the ground so I can use a dish mover ;)
 
sanjap

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Ice,
Why can't you plant a dish? No space or your backyard has not view of the clarke belt?
 
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Mr Tony

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couple reasons
1. I live in a townhouse complex and they wont let me plant a dish in the yard....even though I'm the president ;)
2. The dish farm is on the north side of the house. My true south elevation is pretty low (38) so line of site is an issue. Where my fixed dish is, I can see maybe 87-107 on it
 
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dj_flako

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what would the shipping be to pa
 
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McGuyver

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About two years ago I bought a brand new "US Electronics Legacy" analog receiver on eBay for $34 shipped to the house, it's a piece of art, the box must weigh about 30 lbs! They don't make 'em like they used to.
 
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