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Old 09-03-2015, 03:59 PM   #11
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It is a Omni-Directional antenna and doesn't have any crank like the old ones.
Here is a link to Camping World and what I think you have.
Winegard RoadStar Omni HDTV Antenna - White - Winegard RS-3000 - Over-the-Air Antennas - Camping World
The new Forrest Rivers in our area the domed flying saucer TV antenna come from a company in Ontario, CA and I think their brand is LAVA. I just replaced my always worthless Wiengard 2000 with one and now get 5 to 10 times more channels. Omnidirectional. Looks like an AC front and rear and between your front ac and the flying saucer TV ant looks like a vent cover, which will allow travel with that vent open
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Old 09-03-2015, 04:06 PM   #12
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If you have it set to Antenna and get a weak signal error, that's exactly what it means. You are apparently in an area where reception is poor.


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Tech note. That little push button are usually on the cable connection plate for the antenna to the TV, turns on a power supply that sends 12 volts DC back up the coax to an amplifier that's built into the antenna. Without the amplier it doesnt receice much. Although most online blogs said my Wiengard 2000 was a piece of junk, I suspect that the internal amplifier was going out after 9 years of sitting in the Sun. With my new antenna up there only a week and a half , I have to say it is an amazing antenna.
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