Originally Posted by jdecanter
The jack has its own amplifier. You send double power up if you use the trailer amp. The red light can only be seen at night. If it is not burning it may be blown.
True: The Jack has its own Amplifier (as does the Wingard Sensar); both are located in the antenna head.
False: The trailer does not "have an amp". It does have a powered coax switch and a power supply for the Jack's (or Winegard's Sensar) amplifier.
False: "double power" - Are you saying it sends 24 volts up there from a 12 volt battery?
True: "If it is not burning it may be blown" or a half dozen other reasons. (Like the antenna is not pointed at a station).
Here are the manuals on the wall plate amplifier power supply and the Sensar OEM antenna.
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