How to troubleshoot or what kind of person do you call if you need your BUD ft dish checked out/repaired?

For the life of my I can’t figure out whats wrong with my BUD. Maybe the LNB? Polarizer?

Is there a trick to figure out whats wrong?

If not, what kind of person do I call to service it?

Thanks!

a satellite dish installer.

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