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Installation tips for a Cornet F-6454A indoor antenna to insure best results

I'm about to install the Cornet F-6454A indoor antenna and I'm interested to know if there are tips for insuring the best antenna results. For example, the location relative to the TV, windows, does positioning it high or low matter, distance from other electrical devices? Just want to make sure before I redesign the room without having to.

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