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ok, i have a satellite dish, its been snowing and the dish is covered, this has prevented the dish from reflecting into the reciever bit so im not getting any signal, i dont want to use a ladder as its very slippy outside and have no one to hold it at the moment(will have in a few hours), the outside tap/pipe is partially frozen so im not getting any pressure to the hosepipe can anyone suggest how i might get the snow off my dish so i can get tv again?
You don't just loose the signal with snow on the dish.
You might just have snow in the atmosphere, or even either very heavy rain or thick fog/mist can screw things up as well - though the snow problem happen's to be just about the biggest nuisance.
How about moving the dish lower down the wall, so you can give it a clout with a broom handle ? (or move to North Africa, they don't get much snow there ? and it would normally be a bloody sight warmer than Durham )