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Installing Tooway

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Oct 2nd, 2008 at 5:36pm  
Hello,

I've searched the forum but think I need some help. 

Am new to satellite broadband and quite interested in using the tooway service in different locations.

Does anybody know / have a guide / point me in the right direction to a 'complete idiots guide' of how to set up a dish.

I really mean basic here with what tools i.e. meters etc that I may need and how to go through the process.

I realise that there are a number of fitters out there but I want to learn how to do this myself and become proficient.

Can anyone help?

Thanks,

Simon.

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Reply #1 - Oct 2nd, 2008 at 5:48pm  
Simon

Read here How to point satellite dish

Wildblue (USA), Xplornet (Canada) and Tooway (Europe) use small dishes which are easy to remount using an adjustable tripod which works perfectly for horizontal, sloping or vertical surfaces. See below:
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The images above from El Molino show a Tooway dish installation.

Best regards, Eric.
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