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OHSrob

join:2011-06-08
reply to thewisperer

Re: nanobridge fix

If you guy's don't mind me asking, What issues do you encounter that require you to take the integrated radio/dipole out ?.

The only time ive had to remove it has been when im replacing the level1 tough cable with proper wire that doesn't lie about it being uv resistant. (I have a 100% failure rate on level1 tough cable within 6 months to a year and a half)

Even in the winter its not been that big of a deal to get it out you just need a small thin enough standard screwdriver to pry it real good.

I have never had a nanobridge fail not even once that was not caused by an incorrectly crimped wire.


jcremin

join:2009-12-22
Siren, WI
kudos:2

said by OHSrob:

If you guy's don't mind me asking, What issues do you encounter that require you to take the integrated radio/dipole out?

No NB failures for me so far, but I have had a few customer cancellations. I retain ownership of the antennas, so if the customer cancels, I want to be able to take it apart without cutting the wire in case the client signs back up or someone else moves into the home.