Some clarification: Under the TV, in the cabinet there is an open shelf. On the left side is a cigarette lighter style female plug with a small button on the plate. That button is your power. A green light will be on if it's activated. That said, your reception is a function of distance+interference(trees, buildings, etc) and antenna position/compass direction. In any event, most campground tv reception is as bad as the cell reception.
Next time start another post instead of piggyback posts.
Get a tape measure. On level ground, starting on one side, measure the distance between the wheel's tread surface at their closest point. Same on the other side. If not the same, you axles have shifted. If there is one wheel among the four that isn't perpendicular to the pavement, then you might have bent something. Check this with a carpenter's square, short leg on the pavement, long leg against the wheel at the center cap. These are not independent suspension geometry.
Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want.
2017 White Hawk 30RDS (It's the wife's. I'm just the driver)
15 years on a Harley with a tent and then life happened.