Our 2000 Jayco Designer 3230K had a Winegard satellite dish from new. It's one of those white fold-back jobs with the crank in the ceiling. We bought the RV three years ago and never used it and probably never will.
The rig has developed a (hopefully minor) roof leak that has damaged the wood under the rubber membrane in the front corner of the roof. It includes the area around the dish.
I'm planning my repair strategy. My question for the audience is whether to simply eliminate the dish when doing my roof work. Given that this dish is already 15 years old, I don't know whether the hypothetical future buyer would need to replace it anyway. Is there any value in keeping it? Or should I eliminate it since it's (a) useless wind resistance and (b) one more roof penetration to leak?
All opinions (valid, ridiculous, half-baked, and otherwise) welcome!