On June 15, 2009 at 19:00, keaster2000 said...
WNYO definitely moved because their signal on my 4228 was around 70-80%, now it's only at 65%; and that thing is 35 feet in the air.* The rotary antenna is another 5 feet above it and even turning the antenna, I still can't get WPXJ at all.
WNLO.....I had to delete it first, then use the add function of my two setups to re-enter WNLO for 32 then
WPXJ at 23, then save file.
*Ditto for WNYO here,as I think I previously said but I see as far as WPXJ is concerned that I'm not the only one.
However it does come in after dark, starting at 19%,building up to 81-87% between 11PM and about one AM,
then dropping off until sunrise when it is lost.
Keast........try it at night and let us know.
Last edited by Bruce H.Campbell on June 16, 2009 00:07.