Many people think that setting up a satellite dish is an easy task and can be done by just about anyone. But looking at these ten images it is best left to the professionals. But there are still some people who like to try to do things on the cheap…
10 – The Bucket Challenge
If you’re confident with a bit of DIY, you can buy a receiver and satellite dish and install them yourself! Or you could just grow your own like this person.
9 – Power Source
You’ll need to run a new cable from the satellite receiver to your dish so make sure they are near the power supply to power them.
8 – Boost and Fail
Things that can improve satellite signal without upgrading to a bigger dish are about 100% alignment not adding more metal to it!
7 – Perfect Placement
Make sure you are installing the dish as close to the point of connection as you can. I other words the room you might watch it the most. In this case the loo!
6 – The DIY Channel
Even if you are only going to use it now and again you should try to make sure it is securely fixed to something other than chipboard.
5 – On Yer Bike!
If you need reasons why this is a crazy idea you need to stop installing your own satellite dishes.
4 – Satellite Seat
At least the chair is not a metal one I suppose. And no-one seems to use it to sit on.
3 – Ladder Tie Off
Health and safety advice says that the satellite dish installer needs to use a ladder tie-off system. I don’t think this is what they meant.
2 – The Wrap Around
One of the first things to do when installing a new satellite dish is to make sure you can place it where it needs to point!
1 – Trolley Dash
Why pay all those expensive satellite TV install fees when all you need is a trolley to stick it on!