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Old 06-26-2019, 11:35 AM   #1
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Antenna identification

2008 Monaco Diplomat 40í PDQ. Can someone please ID these antennae?Click image for larger version

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Replacing lap sealant and painting fiberglass roof with Bus Kote.

Thanks for your help. Tony
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Bottom photo looks like a 'clamshell' used to seal cables that need to go thru the roof. Is there/ was there a satellite dish up there?
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Top left is old style single band 850Mhz cell antenna. Top right is antenna for broadcast AM-FM radio.
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Iíve owned since 2014, not sure if PO had satellite dish. Clamshell makes sense. Can cell antenna still be used? Not sure if AM-FM antenna is even connected. Project for another day.
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I have the same claimshell on my coach. I believe my sat dish cables go into it.

Question...which antenna is for the AM/FM? My Magnadyne radio has the typical bad reception. I have thought about replacing the antenna with something more robust, in an effort to improve reception.
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2008 Monaco Diplomat 40í PDQ. Can someone please ID these antennae?Attachment 251245Attachment 251246Attachment 251247

Replacing lap sealant and painting fiberglass roof with Bus Kote.

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The antenna in the center of the front cap with the spiral in the whip is the factory installed CB antenna. The rubber like solid whip to the left of the air horn is for the AM/FM radio. We have a 2006 Diplomat with the same antennas. I have actually replaced the CB antenna.

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