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Old 06-01-2018, 10:55 AM   #1
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I have a neighbor's tree that will someday soon be growing into my dish path to the sky. Will Directv move the dish at no charge? I assume not. Now it's mounted on the side of my house and it will probably have to go to a different place in the back yard.
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I have a neighbor's tree that will someday soon be growing into my dish path to the sky. Will Directv move the dish at no charge? I assume not. Now it's mounted on the side of my house and it will probably have to go to a different place in the back yard.
Get copper nails lol
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I have a neighbor's tree that will someday soon be growing into my dish path to the sky. Will Directv move the dish at no charge? I assume not. Now it's mounted on the side of my house and it will probably have to go to a different place in the back yard.
Yes-You will be charged for a service call (at the very Least) -If you report Loss of signal (DO NOT MENTION) Tree -(when you call) They will relocate the dish -.

Then you can work out any Additional charges if any with the installer (CASH) is best when dealing at that point.
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Yes-You will be charged for a service call (at the very Least) -If you report Loss of signal (DO NOT MENTION) Tree -(when you call) They will relocate the dish -.

Then you can work out any Additional charges if any with the installer (CASH) is best when dealing at that point.
You are too funny when the teck show's up he will see the picture
Becuse when they first do the installation they look for the best
Spot possible when TREE'S are involved.lol?
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1/8 inch drill bit, and some copper sulfate would work faster, or even undiluted roundup.

In the dead of night a quick job and your done.
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Yes that's exactly what I am saying lol too Funny!!
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