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This low voltage HotShot dish heater kit will keep your satellite dish clear of ice and snow. It has a built-in sensor that turns on Heater in freezing conditions by a self adhesive heating element and will help prevent service outages due to signal loss caused by the buildup of snow or ice on the dish. It can also reduce rain fade by up to 75 percent. By simply attaching the self-adhesive vinyl pad to the satellite antenna.

Product Features

  • Fits DIRECTV Slimline & DTV66E International Dishes, Wildblue, and HughesNet
  • Safe low-voltage 24 VAC heater keeps off ice & snow off Satellite Dish
  • Does not require hiring a licensed electrician for installation
  • Automatic thermostat turns on just above freezing temperatures and off when the dish surface warms up
  • 100 ft. of electrical cable provided. Heavy-duty wire-wound power transformer provided

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    I wish I had known about this years before. This and a WiFi-controlled AC power switch provided a perfect solution. So far, this heater is the solution to a problem that had been vexing me for years: when it snows heavily, our dish gets covered in snow. Eventually, the signal is lost and our DirecTV stops working. We’ve been a subscriber for 15 years and every winter, I’ve had to “solve” the snowy dish problem by standing in my front yard and throwing snowballs at the thing until I knocked enough snow off. Given that it’s often windy and the dish is quite high up, it’s not a trivial shot…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Dish heater is very good, the transformer, not so much. I purchased this dish heater 5 years ago, so this is a review on the longevity of the product. We only turn on the heater when we know it is going to snow, so it is only on intermittently. To date, the heating element has worked perfectly for keeping the dish free of snow, when I do my part and remember to turn it on. I installed my heating element on the back side of the dish, so I can’t comment on whether it changes the sensitivity of the dish if installed on the front. Overall, we are…

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