Freesat

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  1. bailey

    bailey

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    i take my sky box with me and a dish if i want a freesat box can i use the same dish

    Thanks
    Bill
     
  2. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    In a word .. Yes

    I use a redundant Sky dish at home with a Freesat box :thumb:
     
  3. slobadoberbob

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    I have in my free box as in free no charge

    I have a redundent sky box going for free... I changed over at the house to free to air saterlite with a big (I mean big) dish that I can use on different saterlites.. I have a similar system on my RV (Free to air using a NETA dome system)... But when I pulled out of Sky the box was put away on top of the wardrobe in case of future needs.

    As I refuse to pay Sky any more money and do not want there services I have the box which I purcased from a shop when my original box went up the creek. It worded fine when put away.

    It is in Tunbridge Wells in Kent.. or hang on to it until one of next years shows.

    Bob:thumb:
     
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    You have a PM bob
     
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    slobadoberbob Read Only Funster

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    boy that was gone quick


    It has gone to John... now why is it my free rummage box at the shows never empties as fast.

    Oh well two happy campers to day.. another member has had the Kenwood mixer hooks and blades and top blender... Well I hope both items serve the receipicants well and the recycle of the products is good news.

    Bob:thumb:
     

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