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Old 09-15-2014, 08:55 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by boudie View Post
2014 Coachmen 320 BHDS

Just purchased.
It has fixed antennae. What brand is it?? Can I amplify it??

My dealer sucks and I have No paperwork for it. My old camper had the crank up type and seemed to get many more channels than this fixed model.

any tricks??

Please let me know
The Crossroad Sunset Trail I have traded for a Windjammer had a Jensen ANHD20M which was totally worthless. (See attached photo) I wanted to replace it but was told the reason it was used was because the roof could support any other antenna. The roof was decked with 3/16" Luan plywood. I have no idea what the roofing is on your unit, but if it is rated as non-walkable that maybe the reason for the installed antenna.
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Old 09-15-2014, 09:00 PM   #12
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I have the OMNI directional HD TV antenna that is stationary. I can not get as many channels as I used to with the crank up antenna on previous RVs. Also, I have noticed that when the AC comes on, the station that I have on breaks up in blocks. Very annoying. Too bad that the antenna can not be rotated for a better signal, but I suppose Forest River has to cut costs wherever possible.

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antenna, antennae

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