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Old 05-04-2014, 01:18 PM   #11
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I was referring to the top of the radio antenna extended. I have always kept the radio antenna up without any issues.
My response was a question, not criticism. Not owning TT and never had a trailer with an antenna of any kind, I didn't distinguish between radio antenna and TV antenna. I didn't even know there was a separate radio antenna.

I learned something and will try to remember it when we get our planned hybrid TT.
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Old 05-04-2014, 03:40 PM   #12
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Sorry if I came across the wrong way. Wasn't trying to be mean. I made the comment about the tv antenna in case someone didn't know that they were two different antennas.
The tv antenna raises and lowers from a wind on the inside of the trailer. This should always get put down when traveling. The radio antenna is a separate antenna usually on the roof and is just like the antenna on Some cars and trucks. There is no need to put it down unless you're storing or covering the trailer.

I hope you enjoy your new trailer when you get it!!!!
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Old 05-04-2014, 04:35 PM   #13
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I didn't know there were two antennae and learned something from your reply.

I, too, wanted to be clear that I did not intend to sound negative. Unfortunately, print lacks tone. The writer doesn't always intend to give the impression gotten by the reader.
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That's what the use of Smileys and motions are for. I think we have our intentions straightened out now
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