I wish I had taken a picture of exactly the precise error message, but it was close enough for the technicians at Winegard to know exactly what the problem is. Reminds me of issues we have had with our Progressive Industries Surge Protector and our Dometic Toilet flush handle. When we described it they instantly knew what the problem was -- like they had seen it many times before I called.
The problem was a faulty 3' 'braided' cable from the connection at the base of the satellite to the end of the dish where the signal is received. Glad I had an extra one in my 'pieces and parts' bin. I swapped that out for a temporary fix and Winegard sent a permanent replacement.
My question is: Has anyone else had this issue with Winegard?
To fix it, Pam and I worked together and it took about 25 minutes to climb on top, take the end of the satellite arm off remove the old cable and replace it with the temporary cable.
The Winegard tech told me it would be a few days for the replacement cable to get here and four days later I was installing the new one. It was one of those simple fixes once we knew what the "No LNB voltage" was.
That's my recap of our No LNB issue -- glad its fixed and we learned some more maintenance items on the Roadrunner.
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