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    How long does a satellite dish tend to last?

    Aerial Specialists

    How long does a satellite dish tend to last? Can it be prolonged indefinitely with maintenance and repair work over time or will it eventually be diminished beyond the point of usability?

    Asked by Sarath on 24th Jan 2022
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    Killerwatt Security

    "On average, your satellite dish should last around 10-15 years. However, certain conditions can affect this. For example, whoever installed it last, may have installed it poorly so it may not last long."

    Answered on 18th Feb 2022 - Member since Feb 2022 - report
    Forbes Logic - No Job To Small

    "It is usually the LMB that fails rather than the dish. An LMB can last on average between 3-7 years however some can last a lot longer."

    Answered on 27th Feb 2022 - Member since Jul 2020 - report

    "Hi Sat dish will last forever, providing the connection terminals are cleared of corrosion"

    Answered on 14th Feb 2022 - Member since Aug 2021 - report

    "Hi, from personal experience I would say the actual dish itself is around 10/15 years depending on where you live and how bad it gets weathered, you sometimes might have to replace the LNB on the end of the dish once or twice during that time."

    Answered on 28th Mar 2022 - Member since Nov 2021 - report

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