Question about Sirius Satellite Radio Sirius Sportster SP-R1 Satellite Radio Receiver
I had the same problem before, it ended up being the dock.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
Satellite radio antennas do tend to fail sometimes. In the early days of Sirius/XM they were made a lot better, but now I've had problems with them a lot more frequently. If the antenna is plugged in securely and it still shows the 'antenna' error code, you most likely need to replace your antenna. It is possible that something else along the antenna signal path is causing your problem - Sometimes the antenna connections in the dock or the receiver itself can cause the issue, but most likely it is the antenna.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
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