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i have a 10 foot uniesh dish it has some hail damage on the screen mesh . i can't seem to get the screen out.. to straighten them back out  i took the 7 screws out no go ... how do you get it out with the lip on there . and then what is the best way to put them back in. any help would be appreciated  thanks
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You are much better off using your time to find a another Unimesh dish that someone no longer uses.

Even if you find a dish with wind damage, there are almost always 1 or 2 panels that are still good.
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these screen panels can be fix don't need a another dish. lots of people fix these screens just need a little advice on geting them out....and putting back in the easiest way..
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Oldcat, from what I remember about the 10-foot mesh dish I put together (3 different times), to get the screens out and back in cleanly required loosening the outer rim pieces where they join together, or taking them off completely.  To do that in my situation, would require taking the dish down completely.  To avoid that, I did some death defying panel replacements after the wind would knock them partially out.  But I probably did not get them back in exactly perfectly.  Long term solution was a new dish.  
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these screen panels can be fix don't need a another dish. lots of people fix these screens just need a little advice on geting them out....and putting back in the easiest way..


There is a big difference between "fixing the screens" and repairing it to the original parabola.

Good Luck Though.
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i guess im going to put it up the way it is and see what happens. 
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the 10' dish is up and rocking .did 't have to move anything just put it on my true south and bang there it was,,,[smile][biggrin]
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Nice work!
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