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Topic # 171787 1-May-2015 09:18
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Sattelite dish 60cm with mount (will accomodate single LNB) - in Auckland - $25
Also selling 90 cm with mount and single LNB (sensitivity is better than Sharp LNB) - $55
Also selling 80 cm with mount and single Sharp LNB - $55
Take all 3 and get ground stand with pole for on-the-groud set-up for free!



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  Reply # 1294783 1-May-2015 09:18
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1295121 1-May-2015 16:07
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Were these dishes and equipment actually originally installed by Sky TV?,

 

If so they remain their property, and you are not free to sell them privately, - its not just the decoders and LNBs sky own, they own the whole lot--

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1295122 1-May-2015 16:10
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wellygary: Were these dishes and equipment actually originally installed by Sky TV?,

If so they remain their property, and you are not free to sell them privately, - its not just the decoders and LNBs sky own, they own the whole lot--


Do they pick them up if you no longer want them?




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  Reply # 1295178 1-May-2015 17:14
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geekiegeek:
wellygary: Were these dishes and equipment actually originally installed by Sky TV?,

If so they remain their property, and you are not free to sell them privately, - its not just the decoders and LNBs sky own, they own the whole lot--


Do they pick them up if you no longer want them?

At your cost, probably. They charge $25 if you want the decoder picked up...

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  Reply # 1295960 3-May-2015 05:30
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ojo:
geekiegeek:
wellygary: Were these dishes and equipment actually originally installed by Sky TV?,

If so they remain their property, and you are not free to sell them privately, - its not just the decoders and LNBs sky own, they own the whole lot--


Do they pick them up if you no longer want them?

At your cost, probably. They charge $25 if you want the decoder picked up...


just drop it off at one of their offices :P







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  Reply # 1297406 4-May-2015 08:43
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wellygary: Were these dishes and equipment actually originally installed by Sky TV?,

If so they remain their property, ....


The dishes for sale are all different makes and models from what SKY installs (e.g. one is white, another is dark blue) better quality than those SKY ones and never been installed by SKY so they have no rights for those.
I have never been in any contract relations with SKY TV and they have not installed anything on my property for me. Hope that helps.

How can I edit the topic title to remove the word "SKY"? Do not want to confuse people.

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