Gilberto
Hi New Here 
My TV not getting service 
Please Help 
Thanks 
Gilberto
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mikes
More info needed. Does "not getting service" means not picking up local broadcast stations? Has it ever worked? What TV? What antenna? Have you scanned for channels? Have you used an "app" to find where the local stations are, and pointed the antenna in that direction? Are you camped in a park with CATV?
Mike
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Gilberto
Hi Mike 
Not Picking up local service Also No FM Radio Stations?? Parked in My Driveway Toshiba 2011 Antenna is flat 
Thanks 
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mkevenson
Gilberto, not uncommon for local channels to be available by cable only. As far as FM stations , I get them on my radio, Do you get FM stations on another radio inside your Retro? As a test I would run a  cable from your TV providers source to your trailer. Easier if you can park the trailer next to the house. I am assuming you get local channels on your home TV? If so run an extension coax cable from the TV or cable box to the Retro, then search on your TV in thr trailer for cable channels.
Have you EVER plugged the Retro into the cable ?
Good luck. 
Mark
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2ty
Gilberto, there is a small button on the tv antenna outlet, it turns the rooftop antenna on/off.  It has an indicator light, is that light on?  If not, press the button.
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Gilberto
Hello
Yes the light is on ??
Still. nothing  and no FM Radio?
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2ty
My FM antenna is separate from the TV antenna, it is simply a few feet of wire behind the radio and will only pick up strong stations, yours is likely the same.
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2ty
There are a number of TV settings that may be the cause.  First, the TV should not be set for CABLE stations, I think the setting is usually called ANTENNA or Over the Air.  Then do a SCAN, this will tell the TV which stations are strong enough to receive.  I can't think of any other reason you cannot receive stations unless the TV is defective or there aren't any stations strong enough to receive in your area.  
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OkieCamper
Interesting observation, often when camping with friends ...they are getting 8 channels and I’m getting one or two often pixelated.  The light is on and scan done for tv and I know tv settings are correct.  I’m wonder if the antenna is just not a very good one or I got a lemon.  199FKS 2017.
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2ty
That's possible but there are a few other things to look for.  The cable connectors in the system are called Type F connectors. The center pin can bend or simply be too short to make contact.  Inspect your jumper cable to insure that it is OK.  Next, if you remove the plate with the button and indicator lite, you can then unscrew the white cable, that's the one that comes from the antenna.  Inspect it to see that the pin is long enough and not bent away.  Others have suggested that you try the TV on a cable connection or another antenna, I'm assuming you've already done that so a TV problem has been ruled out, but you can also try connecting another TV to the trailer antenna. Some trailer antennas are better than others, I fairly sure that ours are low on that list so it's possible that everything is working as well as it can and the signals in your area are too marginal for the antenna to deal with.
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Gilberto
Its working was set to scan Cable Duhhh
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