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My 9537 lights up and goes thru the numbers 0-360 but the antenna does not movmove


Has this installation previously worked or is this a new installation?
Sounds like it may be in the rotator itself.

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Need radio shack manual?


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My antenna won't rotate and I now receive only local channels


There could be a problem with the wires going from the control box to the rotator, or the remote itself

Good luck,

Marty

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Rca vh126r rotator has stopped working


This should have a reset to it. If not then it got thrown off in the gearing and my have to be manually reset by taking it apart.

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Rca vh126r troubleshooting


Replace remote batteries.
check wire connections to motor.
There may be a fuse that has blown on the control box?

Growing up our antenna rotator gears stripped themselves and the antenna just spun freely. For many years we just tied a light rope to one end of the antenna and basically went outside and turned it from the ground by pulling the rope and tying the other end to a garden steak. We didn't have much money till after us kids grew up and moved out, my dad got satellite TV. Good luck!

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I've just hooked up my converter box. I can get most channels with decent reception. However, I can't get my NBC affiliate. I've been told that I need a new indoor directional antenna. What kind shoul


Totally depends on how far you live from the station you want. I sell antennas, converter boxes, the whole shebang at my retail store, and you're not alone in your confusion :-) My best advice to you is this:

www.antennaweb.org

If you live closer than 15 miles, rabbit ears
If you live closer than 20 miles, omnidirectional
If you live closer than 50 miles, midrange outdoor (oldschool arial w/ rotator)
Further than 80 miles, you'll need a long range with rotator, perhaps even an amplifier to go with it. Print off what your results were on antenna web and bring it to a RadioShack or a local antenna store and they should be able to point you to the right antenna for your particular location.

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Dish Network Channels Work but Local Television Channels Do Not


Do you have an antenna hooked up? You'll need one hooked to your converter box because the digital signal is so much more difficult to tune in to. This may help:

www.antennaweb.org

If you live closer than 15 miles, rabbit ears
If you live closer than 20 miles, omnidirectional
If you live closer than 50 miles, midrange outdoor (oldschool arial w/ rotator)
Further than 80 miles, you'll need a long range with rotator, perhaps even an amplifier to go with it. Print off what your results were on antenna web and bring it to a RadioShack or a local antenna store and they should be able to point you to the right antenna for your particular location.

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Poor antenna reception


That's a problem with the digital broadcasting. Signal strength is critical, and the frequencies used are more directional. Some people are finding they get no reception at all. Your antenna may not need to be higher, but aimed in a different direction. Did you have a rotator installed as well? An outside antenna really should be pointed toward the station. You might also be able to add an amplifier to the antenna to boost the signal. But get a mast-mounted version that mounts right at the antenna, not the kind that goes at the TV set.

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Some of my channels on my tv dont work with the converter box


www.antennaweb.org

If you live closer than 15 miles, rabbit ears
If you live closer than 20 miles, omnidirectional
If you live closer than 50 miles, midrange outdoor (oldschool arial w/ rotator)
Further than 80 miles, you'll need a long range with rotator, perhaps even an amplifier to go with it. Print off what your results were on antenna web and bring it to a RadioShack or a local antenna store and they should be able to point you to the right antenna for your particular location.

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Converter box Help


www.antennaweb.org

If you live closer than 15 miles, rabbit ears
If you live closer than 20 miles, omnidirectional
If you live closer than 50 miles, midrange outdoor (oldschool arial w/ rotator)
Further than 80 miles, you'll need a long range with rotator, perhaps even an amplifier to go with it. Print off what your results were on antenna web and bring it to a RadioShack or a local antenna store and they should be able to point you to the right antenna for your particular location.

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