How to fix exterior buried coax cable?

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Probably when the house was built (if in a sub divison ) the cable was run to the house in a trench with the power line (if under ground ) and run up the side of the house , when the siders sided the house they dropped the cable and it got buried ,so when the cable guy came out for the hook up he didn't take the time to dig for the end. So they drop a new line and charge the builder $100.00 and let the land scappers cover it .It happens quit often. Jr.
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On Sep 1, 1:22am, snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net (Jerry - OHIO) wrote:

Here all our services, except water and sewer of course are overhead and it is windy and sometimes icy climate. But the utility companies do an excellent job even during storm conditions. Restoration of services is extremely fast under almost all circumstances. From the viewpoint of speed of adding additional houses and speed of restoration aerial plant may be a better way? Also although the ground here is rocky the occasional pole replacement after say an extreme ice storm is pretty quick
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