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I have a 2004 Samsung cable ready tv. Bought RCA passive indoor antenna. do not get any channels except 6 Guadalupe Radio TV


Get a different antenna or install a roof antenna from radio shack.

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Aug 16, 2014 | Televison & Video

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I have a galaxy dx48t it has no calibrate on the SWR meter, how do I check my SWR?


Best way to check your SWR is with a separate SWR meter installed between the radio and the antenna. Be sure to check the input and output sides of the meter. With the meter in-place, key up your radio and adjust your antenna for max output / minimum loss. This may require that you change the length of your antenna and repair any questionable connections. Also, be mindful of the fact that CB radios broadcast in AM. That means your antenna should be well grounded to your vehicle. AM radios rely on "ground plane" antennas, which means that your entire vehicle (with good grounding) becomes apart of the antenna system. Hope this helps.

Jul 09, 2014 | Radio Communications

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I am trying to put an extended NNTN5539A antenna on my i355 phone, but I can't figure out how to remove the original antenna. I saw on one forum where someone said there was a tool to remove it, then I...


It's simple. In order to install the antenna, you must do the following:

Using a very small "star" type screwdriver, remove three screws from the base of the unit. Remove the base trim piece. The body of the phone is in two pieces (front and back). Use a knife to separate the pieces by first GENTLY lifting the locking tabs on the bottom of the unit so that they will easily unsnap by themselves, just lift them a little bit, not all the way. Insert the blade along the side of the seam and pry gently.

Slowly remove the back. There will be adhesive tape at the top piece, so work slowly. Notice the locking tabs on the sides, they will come apart by themselves, no need to worry about it.

After separating the halves, unscrew the top of the original antenna, screw the new antenna in place, slide the back atenna opening over the new antenna and snap into place, making certain that the side tabs insert properly. Just use your eyes and common sense. Do not force anything, but snapping the halves back together will require a firm force.

Replace the bottom trim piece and three screws, you're done!

Mar 11, 2011 | Cell Phones

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I live in a two bedroom apartment. My wireless router is located in the living room and my main computer is located on the far side of the apartment in the far bedroom. I'm only getting about a 20 percent...


Can you rotate the computer, so that the antenna in your computer is physically closest to the router?
If your router has a single-pole antenna, make sure that it is vertical -- the signal goes "sideways" from the antenna.
If your router has more than one antenna, follow the manufacturer's directions for pointing each antenna (typically a 'V' for twin antennas).

Access the router's built-in web-interface, and confirm that the router is transmitting at 100% power.

Oct 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My Garmin Quest has stopped working. It is trying to acquire satellites and also 'drawing' appears on the screen. I have re-booted the unit and it still does not work. Any ideas?


If the screen is otherwise "normal" and it is just not able to acquire satellites, I am guessing you have a problem with the antenna. One way to determine that is if you got an external "patch" antenna, plugged it in and it started working as it should, that is definitely an antenna issue. I have run into several of the "flip up" antennas recently that have exhibited this problem. What happens is, the connector from the antenna breaks loose from the solder joint inside the antenna. If you have a small soldering iron, you can CAREFULLY pry the antenna case apart to access the connector and it is a simple matter to solder it back in place. You will need a very small screwdriver to pry the two outer sections of the antenna case apart. Wedge the screwdriver blade in between the two sections of the antenna covering. Pry the larger part (the part that would face the sky with the antenna at 90 degrees), and with CARE you can get it apart. The small gold connector solders to some circuit traces on the antenna board. To get the antenna off the GPS, place the GPS face down with the hinge part of the antenna away from you. With a small jewelers screwdriver, remove the right two screws on the back of the GPS on the right end. There is a small plastic retaining piece that holds the antenna in place. CAREFULLY lift it up and off the GPS. Be VERY CAREFUL at this point because there is a small spring loaded plastic piece that fits against the retainer piece you just removed. It is very easy to lose the spring and plastic piece if you are not careful. Gently pull the antenna to your right, away from the GPS. The antenna should pop out. If the connector has completely disconnected from the antenna circuit board, you may need some small pliers to get it off the GPS side of the antenna connection. Once you have the antenna removed, separate the antenna case as I described and resolder the connector back on the board.

Oct 16, 2010 | Garmin Quest GPS Receiver

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Compaq presario 2100 how to install a Wireless pci card


If there is no antenna then you'll have to buy the wire set via eBay, take apart the lcd, remove the top assembly of the laptop and then run them through the computer and put everything back. NOT FUN.

It's probably much easier and realistic to just purchase a usb wireless card.

Hope this info helps.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Best of luck!

--RescueTechLA

Nov 28, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My Converter Box only gets 4 channels, none of them good


You probably need a better indoor antenna. See the Troubleshooting guide at http://dtv.gov/

Sep 15, 2009 | Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for...

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My antenna broke, i purchased new antenna but when I tried to install new antenna the old antenna fell inside of radiio, I took out all the screws but still cannot get radio apart


On the back panel, there is a black decal located near the center. Warm this decal with a hair dryer (warm it, don't get it hot)Slip a knife blade under the right side and lift it up. Remove the hidden screw under the decal, and the the other five and the back will come off. replace the FM antenna and you are good to go. I had the same problem. mcarmich

Jun 13, 2009 | Eton FR300 AM/FM/Weather/TV Radio

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Grundig YB400PE broken antenna


Unfortunately, your description of the problem means that your radio must be taken apart to be fixed. Replacement antennas can be found purchased. It would require installing the new antenna and most likely soldering it to the broken wire. Do you have a picture?

Apr 05, 2009 | Grundig YB 400PE AM/FM/SW Radio

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Cannot receive HD signal


TERK HDTVa is a good amplified indoor antenna.

Jan 04, 2009 | Samsung SIR-T160 DTV Receiver

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