Guide to Mounting your Satellite Dish

Written by Adam

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If you wish to not mountrepparttar dish on your home you can also go another route. Most satellite dish providers have tripod stands for you. This is a great alternative if your apartment or condo complex doesn't allow you to nail anything to their exterior walls.

One downfall withrepparttar 100068 tripod is it can be very finicky. Make sure you putrepparttar 100069 tripod and satellite dish in an area away from people and dogs or any animal of either species for that matter.

I have had some problems with guests bumping and every so gently tappingrepparttar 100070 tripod andrepparttar 100071 TV goes blank..."Looking for signal" is what you'll see on your television. Evenrepparttar 100072 slightest nudge could result in you jumping out of bed in your pajamas and slightly tappingrepparttar 100073 satellite dish untilrepparttar 100074 signal is received again.

What's funny about that isrepparttar 100075 slightest tap can effectrepparttar 100076 signal its receiving, but rain, snow nor wind won't usually effectrepparttar 100077 signal...go figure?

For more great information on a Dish Network or Direct Tv satellite dish and providers of the services mentioned, go to for more information.

How to fix the screen in your storm door

Written by Adrian Dunevein

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Once you haverepparttar cloth secured you will need to purchase a cheap screen roller fromrepparttar 100067 hardware store. One that has a metal wheel is best. Gently start rollingrepparttar 100068 cloth intorepparttar 100069 screen frame at one ofrepparttar 100070 vertical sides and userepparttar 100071 userepparttar 100072 roller to push inrepparttar 100073 spline allrepparttar 100074 way uprepparttar 100075 screen channel.

When you come to a corner you will have to removerepparttar 100076 small piece of spline used to holdrepparttar 100077 cloth in. and re rollrepparttar 100078 new spline in and aroundrepparttar 100079 corner usingrepparttar 100080 screwdriver blade to push intorepparttar 100081 corner. Go slowly and carefully !, if you riprepparttar 100082 screen you will have to start fromrepparttar 100083 beginnning again !

As you continue rolling inrepparttar 100084 spline acrossrepparttar 100085 top ofrepparttar 100086 frame, have someone supportrepparttar 100087 back ofrepparttar 100088 frame with their hand, to prevent pressure onrepparttar 100089 glass window above. Continue rolling inrepparttar 100090 spline and then just cut awayrepparttar 100091 excess screen with a utility knife. You are done !

Many screens can be repaired in place in this manner, and it saves a trip torepparttar 100092 glass shop and allrepparttar 100093 fuss of trying to getrepparttar 100094 screen in and out. You wont have to put up with that unsightly hole inrepparttar 100095 screen inrepparttar 100096 front door of your house any longer !

Adrian Dunevein has been repairing window and screens since 1992 and now runs an on-line screen repair self help website at

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