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Old 04-29-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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Mystery Panel

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Above the driver's seat, there is a compartment. There is a white panel about the size of an electrical outlet with a central button and a screen above it....when I push the button, there is a pause and then "LL" shows on the screen. What is this?
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I bet you have a Winegard manual crank-up rooftop SAT dish...?

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You must have roof top satellite antenna. That panel is the elevation sensor. Only needed to setup antenna. LL reading indicates sensor and wiring probably good. Let us know if you need more info.
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:57 AM   #4
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What is this? Thanks to all

Thank you to everyone who answered my question. As you no doubt guessed, we are first time RV owners still discovering things about our 2003 Holiday Rambler Admiral 30 footer. Just yesterday we found a windshield privacy screen in a bag which we didn't even know we had.....and we still haven't put up the Florida room!

By the way, "Hila" is Inuktuk for "Spirit of the Wind". Both retired, we have chosen "Carpe Diem!" as our motto.
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