Originally Posted by Chuckwagonsam
From wall plate as shown.
So just so I am clear:
1) You have oriented the roof antenna on the roof so that the leading elements are pointing to the TV tower you wish to receive
and then researched for channels using "antenna" setting on the TV.
-- You can use a phone app like "TV Towers" or the Wingard phone app to show the direction you must rotate the antenna to point at. Remember the FINS point TO the tower. If you have a batwing Sensar type, the "wings" are like the wings of an airplane and are 90 degrees to the tower.
2) Neither the TV that is connected to the "TV" on the face of the plate, nor the TV in the bedroom (coming through a splitter off TV2 on the back of the wall plate) is getting a signal when the little led is ON (LIT UP). If the LED lights up you have correctly selected the roof antenna and there is power available to be supplied to the roof antenna provided the cable is not broken.
3) You have CONFIRMED that there is 12 volts on the roof at the coax connector. Measured between the core wire and the shield.