King-Quest-VQ4100-Dome

King-Quest- detail
1) The dome was mounted close to the air conditioner, which was contrary to the installation instructions. At this point, the roofline is not level, exceeding the limit suggested in the instructions. However, the antenna performed better than expected in this location. 2) After discovering a kink and slice in the factory coax that prevented the Quest from operating, the cable was cut to make way for better-quality RG-6 coax. 3) To repair the factory coax, the wire was stripped using a tool acquired at a home-improvement store.
4) We purchased high-quality RG-6 coax and connectors online. 5) The connectors were crimped on the cables using the proper tool. 6) A coax butt connector was used to mate the cables.
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