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My Channel Master 9521A remote won't turn antenna

My Channel Master 9521A remote won't turn the antenna. Tried doing the set-up without success. It just displays 60H then HH1 [as it should] and then 360. If the down button is pushed it displays 360 60H and HH1 then goes out. The antenna is not snagged on anything.

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