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Old 10-15-2015, 05:33 AM   #15
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Check amplifier for TV antenna... I have been known to leave that on.
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Check amplifier for TV antenna... I have been known to leave that on.
Never thought about that one. My booster button is located on the side of a cabinet in the back of the trailer hidden from view. I'll have to remember to turn it off, but also turn it back on once at a campsite.

FYI: this past weekend was listening to the ball game on TV, but also noticed that the booster button also boosts the signal for the radio too. I usually turn the TV volume down and listen to the radio broadcast of the game.
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Does your refrigerator have a climate control heater that may be on? If the refrigerator is turned off it probably doesn't get power but its a real drain on the battery if you leave it on. Mine has a switch to turn the heater off if you want to.
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