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Old 11-12-2006, 02:52 PM   #15
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Most RV units that have TV antenna's also have a mode selector box to select the proper input to the TV. I trust that you have the proper buttons pushed on the selector box. If not you are not going to see anything.
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Old 11-13-2006, 01:44 PM   #16
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I have a reading of 13.5 volts at the antenna. According to Winegard, that maens the amplifier is working. BTW, the Roadstar 2000 is a fixed, horizontally mounted flat dish. I don't understand how a flat dish, pointing straight up, can receive much of a signal anyway. Hate to put a new hole in the roof for the "batwing" that will replace the Roadstar, but Winegard said everything (cables, etc) will have to be replaced if I upgrade to the crank-up batwing.
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ebay is a good place to buy replacement ant. amplified sensor 2 head , brand new i paid $15.00.
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