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hardfacer

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Just bought and installed a roof mounted scantenna a week before we were hit with a major snow storm with 80 mph winds. It survived the storm except for one of the diagonal sections was ripped off. Mainly use the antenna to pick up 150.000 mgz range, how will that affect it?
 

walterb

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Just bought and installed a roof mounted scantenna a week before we were hit with a major snow storm with 80 mph winds. It survived the storm except for one of the diagonal sections was ripped off. Mainly use the antenna to pick up 150.000 mgz range, how will that affect it?
Where do you live that you would get a snow storm in June?
 

SAR923

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I think he means the snowstorm hit a week after he put up the Scantenna, not that a snowstorm occured a week ago. At any rate, the loss of one element will be virtually unnoticeable in terms of reception the VHF band so I wouldn't worry about it.
 

hardfacer

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Actualy The blizzard was May 2nd, guess I need to be more specific for some and thanks for the answer!
 
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