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Antenna my antenna got hit by a drunk bicycle rider anyway it wont stop trying to go down and it doesn't pull the antenna down either

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That's because the mechanism on the inside of the electric antenna in detached from the actual antenna and will run till it manages to read that it has gone down . simple solution is to cap off one of the power wires so it stops as it will need to be replaced to work again any way, the only wire you need to leave is the antenna wire in the middle (or the biggest one there) and it will still work as you do not need a power supply to run the antenna.

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