Camos Flat Dish

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  1. chrisboyo

    chrisboyo Funster

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    Just finished fitting my new sat dish
    Hooked it up, switched it on and Wham ! instant tv

    Why did i spend all that time in the past messing about in the rain ?

    Great bit of kit!

    Happy Daze
    Chrisboyo
     
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    To easy. It's conning you.

    It'll fall off as soon as you start the engine.
     
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    i have got mine to fit , did you just stick or stick and screw it down
     
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    Glued & screwed
    I spent a good hour thinking about where & how to fit it
    Then fitted it in an hour the next day
    The installation details on the Road Pro site are far better than those in the box i printed them off
    Also the Road Pro dish set up info is very & east to follow

    Happy Daze
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    thanks
     
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    i have fitted my camos to day and notice that there is a bit of play in the dish when elevated , there is no movement on the rotational handle bit but the dish moves about 1cm each way , is this normal, could anybody please check there dish
    cheers
     
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    Chris

    Yes it does move slightly. I had the same question after I had fitted mine. Roadpro told me that it is a design characteristic of the mount and that performance would not be affected.

    A year on and they are right, it has stayed locked on to the satellite during some pretty windy weather and I remain thoroughly impressed with the dish.
     
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    thanks for the reply , that has put my mind at rest
     
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    As far as I recall that's what they said about the anti-flood measures of the Titanic.
     
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    You should know you were on it:RollEyes:
     
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