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Old 03-26-2012, 10:49 AM   #51
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:00 AM   #52
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Thanks. I couldn't find the booster at first because its hidden in a closet beside the bedroom TV but once I did the TV's were able to scan for a few channels. By the way would you recommend the Wingman upgrade for the winegard antenna? I know the best way to go is satellite but we're not looking to do that yet.
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:10 AM   #53
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The Wing Man option helps bring in VHF channels. The original design doesn't catch channels 2 through 13 very well. The option is easy to attach and will help you pick up those low frequency channels.
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Farmerjohn you shouldn't need the wing man with your antenna. The wing man is for the older antennas that are not specifically designed for digital TV.
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most of the soaps and shampoos used today will kill a lot of plants and small trees, so I've been told.
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Any one installed 12 volt tank heaters? if so what brand did you go with.





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We need a "Shoot the bull" thread. This thread started out as "Redwood Bugs" and has jumped the shark several times over...I'm not judgin'...I'm just sayin'
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Steve all of the threads are like that, they start one discussion and end up another
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You're so right! This was an important topic (defects & resolutions). Someone should start one. Will probably kill off the rest of the threads though...
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