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Old 10-16-2017, 11:38 AM   #1
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Our 2404 LT does not have a TV antenna. Looking for suggestions on installing one. Also, what not to do. Ron
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Old 10-18-2017, 12:33 PM   #2
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Hi Ron,

I took one off recently, are you looking for one itself?
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yes I am looking the entire set up.
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Iím just up in Ruston so Iím sure we could work something out. I canít recall if I saved the interior handle that would Ďwindí it up and down though. The large antenna part itself is in the yard waiting for a job.

I took the thing off to eliminate the hole in the roof when I re-roofed my Classic a few months ago. Have you considered an exterior, temporary antenna? You could put it out as needed. It could be an easier way to go if the holes and such were never in place on your HiLo in the first place. Thereís likely a Co-ax hookup on the outside of the trailer somewhere, you could potentially wire it into that.

Just thinking out loud here.
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Yes, that is the way I am thinking now. Don't really want to put a hole in my roof. Have not looked for cable hook-up on outside but saw it on the inside. Thanks for the offer.
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Usually on the street side. Looks like a covered outlet, has a phone jack with a cable jack.
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Yes, that is the way I am thinking now. Don't really want to put a hole in my roof. Have not looked for cable hook-up on outside but saw it on the inside. Thanks for the offer.
You bet, just keep me in the loop if you want it. Consider it a freebie if needed.
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I've never used mine and thinking about taking mine off. You know what would be super super cool in it's are placement? A periscope!
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That's what I have! With night vision! Not.
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