mtbikermark
I probably won't use a TV but I like to know it works. My 180R has a roof mount antenna. It has a coaxial, HDMI and USB connections inside. Which connection hooks up to the antenna? I assume it's the coaxial.
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mikes
It would be the co-ax (guessing it's a threaded F connector). Not sure where the HDMI would connect - might there be another HDMI jack somewhere, an they've just provided wiring between them? USB is probably just a charging port.
Mike
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mtbikermark
So I saw this on another thread. Is there an antenna raising switch? I casually looked for it
on our last trip. We have 2017 180R. 
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Tim S
Does the HDMI come from the Jensen DVD player?
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Ralph L Staub
I believe all retros use the same, poweed omnidirectional antenna (see below). If so, there are no physical adjustments to be made, its stationary. 

There should be a wall plate with a coax connector, a 12V outlet, and a tiny black switch. When the switch is off (out), the coax connector is attached to the cable hookup out by your utilities. When its on (in), a green LED lights up, the antenna is powered up, and the coax connector is switched to recieve signal from your antenna.

The HDMI is the output of your built in Jensen DVD player. USB on the Jensen is for streaming music from your phone. The other USBs are charging ports only.

hope that helps!

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mtbikermark
Thanks Ralph that's very helpful
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OkieCamper
Yep... don't forget to press the little button in the coax jack to power up the antenna.  I couldn't get channels for 3 days when I scanned ...all my friends had channels...then I discovered that little button in the coax wallplate.   Duh.....
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