RV TV Antenna Maintenance

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    In this video, I demo how I maintain our Keystone Cougar trailers Winegard batwing style TV antenna.

    Our rig has the standard Winegard bat-wing style, hand crank TV antenna. The manual states to lubricate it twice a year with silicone spray. It is important to use silicone lubricant because the crankshaft has a rubber O-ring seal in it. Silicone is safe on rubber and will lubricate the O-ring. Other types of lubricants may damage the rubber seal and cause possible leaks when it rains hard.

    It takes a few trips to the roof and back, but it gives me a chance to check the other sealants up there anyway.

    Helpful link for finding Over the Air TV signals – http://tvfool.com/ It shows stations in your locations and where to point the antenna.

    Products Mentioned in the Video:

    3 in One Silicone Lubricant – https://amzn.to/2SVEHQj
    Winegard Sensar Antenna – https://amzn.to/2CoTI6c
    Winegard Digital Addon – https://amzn.to/2CqREKW
    New Winegard Low Profile Antenna Winegard RZ-6000 Rayzar – https://amzn.to/2M97DC2
    Dicor Lap Sealant – https://amzn.to/2VTw36X
    Eternabond Roof Tape – https://amzn.to/2SVELQ3
    Allen Keys – https://amzn.to/2Fwm1mx

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