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This Dish Network Portable High Definition Hybrid 1000.2 Western Arch satellite RV Kit is great for Camping, RV’ing and tail gate events. The Dish Turbo HDTV Satellite Dish Tripod Kit is perfect for the traveler or tailgater that wants to take their satellite TV on the road. All you need to do is assemble the dish, connect the dish to the receiver, and then point the dish to the satellites! This kit comes with everything you need to complete the installation. All you need is your Dish Network receiver, 120v power and a television. Compatible with all Dish Network Receivers

Product Features

  • New HD Hybrid DishNetwork 1000.2 Western Arc LNB 110-119-129 Satellites
  • Complete Mobile HD Satellite RV Kit
  • New Hybrid HD LNB for the 110W-119W–129W Satellites
  • 50ft RG6 coax cable,Compass, Signal Meter with Audio tone
  • 2′ ft Self-Supporting Tripod with Mast and Mast Level

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great value, working with hopper 3 Installing a satellite dish is almost never a simple task. It did turn out to be quite tricky for me because of three important reasons. 1. Hopper 3 has many bugs including that while you’re using the dish pointing interface it might stop working with any warning, this can happen just visually or just with the audio hum or with both just stopping. Having originally not realized this I wasted lots of time, once I realized this I simply had to continually jump in and out of the interface to make…

  2. Anonymous says:

    LNB arm and adjustments are not well designed The antenna looks like it should be great as a mobile antenna. The LNB arm is not hinged, therefore it does not fold down. As an Rv’r you need space, but shouldn’t have to totally disassemble and reassemble the unit on every move. As far as the adjustments, they are all nuts requiring a wrench. All they would have to do is make a couple of the adjustments handles or wing nuts. Once you tighten the nuts a couple of times the scale becomes hard to see. A gasket or grommet would have solved the…

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