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  • MarkC
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Antenna Sensor
Is anyone in need of the "Antenna Not Down" sensor that goes on the arms of the crank up TV antenna, or a King Jack Digital head that replaces the old Bat Wing head ?
I replaced my crank up unit with a King surface mount today.  Thought I would...

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Mine antenna light is always on. Could I be a faulty sensor?

1991 grand villa

Is it going to work on this old coach?

  • MarkC
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Not sure, if it's a winegard bat wing style, I would think so. Here's a couple of pics.

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Mark, You might want to hold on to the antenna-- I replaces ours with a king surface mount and the TV reception was worse than the bat wing so I put the old one back on the coach!
Just my thought
Chris

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The other thing a lift and rotate OTA antenna is you can hang a directional cellular or WiFi antenna and rotate for best signal.  We miss ours OTA rotating antenna since we removed it for more solar.

  • MarkC
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The gear on it was loose enough that I just got tired of it rattling on the roof.  We have satellite dish for most tv we want. Also, with our cellular wifi unit, we get our Netflix and Amazon TV, and we have more than enough to watch. If by...

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Chris, was curious if you added the Power Booster when you installed your antenna ?  I live in a small town in the mountains of Colorado where our digital tv reception is not good at all.  I pulled the coach out of the garage to give it the new...

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