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Rotor not turning antenna

We just installed our new antenna and rotor today. We have the channel master 9521A as well as a channel master antenna. Everything appears to be connected properly. When we first powered on we performed a synchronization. We then used the up control on the remote and went through up to 360, the picture got better and then worse...as we expected, we just wanted to see if it got better yet. We then used the down button to go back where the picture had been the best and the antenna is no longer turning. I went back on the roof and opened the cover on the rotator and had my husband operate the base unit, I can hear a soft buzzing sound when he is asking it to move...but there is no movement. It is currently about 5 degrees out, could this be a factor? What else can we check? We hope to get the Superbowl tomorrow. Please help! Thank you for your time! Debi

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  • Debi Scofield Feb 01, 2009

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Most rotors have a brake, if yours has one, you have to hold the brake down then rotate.

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