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Old 07-08-2011, 07:22 PM   #1
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TV Antenna Booster on JayFlight 26BH

Is there one and if so, where's it located? If a cable connection is connected to the outside cable plug, does that stop the roof-top antenna from working?
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Old 07-08-2011, 07:34 PM   #2
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On my 28BHs the booster switch is located in the tv cabinet,on the wall, a small push switch by the 12 volt recept. A green light will come on when pushed and the booster will work. Not sure about your second question.
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I think the 26BH is similar to our 22FB for TV cable. Using or not using the short 6 inch cable jumper, gives you the choice between the boosted roof antenna, or the CG cable hook up. Can't run both at the same time.
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Is there one and if so, where's it located? If a cable connection is connected to the outside cable plug, does that stop the roof-top antenna from working?
When you are hooked up with cable you must turn off the antenna booster. Push the small button. On our 5th wheel, the light is red when antenna booster is on and goes out when off.
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Old 07-08-2011, 08:03 PM   #5
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Thanks everyone. I found it. It was being hidden by the cable wire at the angle I was looking for it. It works as it should and does not require the outside cable to be taken out. Turning on the booster switches to outside antenna and turning it off forces it to the outside cable connection to be used.
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We've added that button to our "checklist" for when we hook-up to leave the cg
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My booster switch was on the TV panel in the bedroom where there is no TV. Pushed in the red button and had reception in the living space. Hope this helps someone else.....
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