Winegard Movin' View MV-4005 Specifications

®
WINEGARD
TM
Movin’ View
Digital Satellite Mobile Antenna
Models MV-2222/MV-1111
Made in the U.S.A. U.S. Patent Nos. 6,023,247; 6,188,300
Winegard Company • 3000 Kirkwood St. • Burlington, IA 52601-2000
319/754-0600 • FAX 319/754-0787 • www.winegard.com
Printed in U.S.A. © Winegard Company 2001 2451021 Rev. 1/06/03
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Introduction/How Does Digital Satellite TV Work?
Introduction
Congratulations! You have purchased one of
Winegard’s latest developments in the mobile satellite reception product line —the Movin’ ViewTM.
This system, used with your digital satellite receiver,
will deliver the best reception possible using GPS
(Global Positioning System) and precision gyroscopes.
How Does Digital Satellite
TV Work?
and processing take place.
For Programming information call:
DISH NETWORKTM - 1-800-333-DISH (1-800-333-3474)
DIRECTV® - 1-800-DIRECTV (1-800-347-3288)
Your new Winegard RV Digital Satellite System is an
easy-to-use satellite TV reception system. Because it
mounts on the top of your recreational vehicle, it goes
where you go and provides quality reception of digital
satellite signal in the continental United States only.
Satellite programming originates from an “uplink”
facility on Earth — the facility receives many signals from different sources, combines the signals
digitally and transmits to the satellites. The satellites
(22,300 miles above Earth) receive the uplink signal,
amplify it and then transmit it back to
earth in the Ku frequency band.
This signal is concentrated and
reflected to the LNBF* located
at the “focal point” of the dish.
The LNBF amplifies and converts
the signal to the 950 to 2050 MHz
range. The signal is then passed
through a coaxial cable to the receiver
where individual channel selection
DIGITAL BROADCAST SYSTEM
SATELLITE(S)
HIGH POWER KU-BAND
DOWNLINK SIGNAL
WINEGARD DIGITAL SATELLITE
SYSTEM ANTENNA
* Low Noise Block Converter Feed
UPLINK SIGNAL
TELEVISION
SET
RECEIVER
PROGRAMMING UPLINK
CONTROL CENTERS
DIRECTV® is an official trademark of DIRECTV, a unit of GM Hughes Electronics Corporation.
DISH NetworkTM is an official trademark of EchoStar Communications Corporaton.
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Parts Included • Tools Needed • How to Unpack
About this manual —
We hope this manual will provide clear instructions to install and operate the MV-2222 and MV-1111.
Two symbols have been used —
!
Indicates suggestions to make
processes easier for you.
Indicates caution should be taken!
PARTS INCLUDED:
1 Radome
3 base mounting feet
1 Power switch
1 Demultiplexer DC passive
1 Demultiplexer DC block (MV-2222 only)
2 Wall plates (white & brown)
1 Surface mount bracket
2 Cable clamps
1 Cable entry plate
1 large yellow spade connector
2 small red spade connectors
All required screws and washers
1 base with electronics, dish, stacked LNBF
1 tube silicone
TOOLS NEEDED FOR UNPACKING & INSTALLATION:
1/2” Open end wrench
Crimping tool for coax connections
Crimping tool for electrical connections
Small blade screw driver
Pliers
Sealant (consult RV manufacturer for proper type for
your roof material)
7/16” open end wrench
Level
Drill w/3/4” bit
1-1/4” hole saw (if mounting switch in wall)
5/16” Socket for roof screws
1/8” Allen wrench
LIFT UNIT STRAIGHT UP
UNPACKING THE UNIT
1. Open box and remove packing material.
!
If using knife to open
carton, BE CAREFUL.
Do not cut the dome on
the unit.
2. Lift unit out of box vertically. Do not turn box and
“roll” out, or turn upside down to remove.
USE 2 PEOPLE
when removing the unit
from the carton.
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Installation Diagram
GPS ANTENNA
FIGURE 1
SWITCH
LOCATION
ADJUSTABLE
BASE FOOT
EL MOTOR
HEYCO® CONNECTORS
POWER SUPPLY
LEVELING
SCREW
COUNTERWEIGHT
LEVELING
SCREW
FRONT OF VEHICLE
!
REAR
ADJUSTABLE
BASE FOOT
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ire tie
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Remong moun
holdi
LEVELING
SCREW
REAR BASE FOOT
MUST DIRECTLY
FACE REAR OF
VEHICLE
AZ MOTOR
ADJUSTABLE
BASE FOOT
REFLECTOR
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DVB
Installation
Installing unit on roof of vehicle —
!
6. On each foot, screw the flange nut to the base of
the leveling screw on the mounting foot, flange up.
Place rubber washer, with the rubber side up, on
the nut, Figure 2. Push mounting foot under base.
Push foot screw through the base and tighten lock
nut to secure foot to base. Be sure the base feet are
pointing away from the base. Base feet will be removed later during install.
Install in DRY conditions only!
IMPORTANT! Do not install this system
in the rain, or under any wet conditions. Moisture
may affect electronics and void your warranty!
1. For best performance and to reduce signal acquisition time, park vehicle on a level surface.
FIGURE 2
2. Select a level spot on your roof for installation.
• The unit should be no more than +/-1° off level.
• Be sure no roof-mounted equipment is
blocking the satellite “line of sight.”
• You will need to decide where the wires will enter
the vehicle. A coax and an 18 gauge power wire
will need to be placed in the vehicle. The power
wire will go to the nearest +12 VDC power source;
the coax will be routed through the demulitplexer to
your satellite receiver. These wires should be hidden.
LEVELING SCREW
MOUNTING
RUBBER WASHER
FOOT
FLANGE NUT
(FLANGE UP)
7. After selecting location for unit (see number
2), put the unit on the centerline of the coach.
REAR MOUNTING FOOT MUST FACE
DIRECTLY OFF REAR OF VEHICLE,
Figure 1. There is a 30 foot power cord and 30
foot coax cable going through the Heyco® connectors on the base.
3. Remove screws holding dome to base and remove
dome. Place dome in safe spot to avoid damage. Place
base on vehicle roof in the location selected.
4. Remove wire ties used for shipping. There are
three; one on each side of the reflector and one at the
the rear of the reflector holding down the counterweight. See Figure 1, page 5.
Placing the rear base bracket on the centerline,
facing the rear of the vehicle, will center the unit.
5. Determine which programming you will be using.
This will determine how you set your switches.
8. Using the chart,
Obstruction Ht. Unit Clearance
determine the
8” .......................................... 4”
minimum distances to 10” ................................... 11.5”
other equipment.
12” ...................................... 19”
Measure these
15” ...................................... 32”
distances as
demonstrated in Figure 3.
For DISH NetworkTM set
switches to 119°.
For DIRECTV® set
switches to 101°.
FIGURE 3
For ExpressVu® set
switches to 092°.
OBSTRUC
TION
UNIT BASE
If you have
trouble seeing
the numbers,
try using a
magnifying
glass!
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Installation
ROOF INSTALLATION, continued
GPS installation —
9. Place the unit on the roof in its permanent location
and mark around the base bracket, Figure 4. (Make
sure the rear adjustable base foot is directly facing
the back of the coach.)
The GPS antenna is pre-wired and has a 3 foot cable
running through one of the Heyco® connectors.
When deciding where to place GPS antenna, DO
NOT SECURE! After wiring the receiver and initializing your system, you will need to test the system
(“Initializing and replacing dome” on page8).
FIGURE 4
Determine location for GPS antenna. It is recommended you place the GPS antenna between unit base
and side edge of vehicle, 90° from rear mounting
bracket, Figure 6.
The recommended location for the GPS antenna is
based on having a level location and a clear view of
the sky. If another location, further from the base, is
desired, loosen the Heyco connector and pull out additional wire in the base. You must re-wrap and re-tie
the GPS cable inside the dome to prevent interference with the LNBF. Failure to do so will result in
malfunction! Tight Heyco connectors when done.
10. Clean roof area where the base feet will be
attached to the roof. Do not erase your marks!
11. Put approved sealant in the area under the base
feet. Place base foot on top of the sealant and
screw down using (2) #10 screws (provided) for
each base foot.
12. Unscrew the locknuts in the base and remove
the base from feet. Put the other (4) #10 screws
into the roof through the remaining holes in the
base feet.
13. After all base brackets are secured to roof, put
sealant on top of foot and screws. Place base on leveling screws located on base feet and install nut and
rubber washer on leveling screw.
IMPORTANT! The GPS must be located away from
obstructions on roof of vehicle and other obstructions
such as trees, tall buildings, etc. You must have a
clear view of the sky for proper operation.
FIGURE 6
FIGURE 5
LEVELING
SCREW/FLANGE
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BASE EXTERIOR
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FOOT
14. Leveling the base is done by tightening or loosening the flange nut under the base, Figure 5.
Use an electronic level to adjust base so there is no
more than +/- 1° off level in all directions. Place
level on base of unit if possible. (If your level will not
fit inside the base plate, place on outside edge.) Level
front to back and side to side. Raise and lower by adjusting flange nut under base. After leveling base,
secure inside base with rubber washer, rubber side
down toward base, and lock nut.
REAR MOUNTING FOOT
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Installation • Wiring
Cable entry installation —
INSTALLATION
1. Decide the best location for the cables to enter the
vehicle, and the location of the switch and receiver
(see “Installing the switch and receiver” below.) Drill
a 1/2” hole in the roof, push wires inside. Make
proper connections (remember you must have filtered +12 VDC power source).
1. Decide the location of the power on/off switch. The
switch should be close to both the voltage filter and the
+12 VDC power cable coming from the MV-1111/
MV-2222. Be sure the switch is turned off before you
begin! See diagram at the bottom of this page.
Wall or panel mount: Drill 1-1/4” hole, pull wires
through wall or panel.
Surface mount: Determine location and direction of
box. Mount box feed wire into one of the box openings.
Select plate cover (brown or white provided) and snap the
rocker switch into the switch plate. Be sure switch is off!
IMPORTANT! CHECK POLARITY MARKED ON
THE DC VOLTAGE FILTER TERMINALS.
2. Connect the +12 VDC power wire and ground wire from
vehicle to the 12 VDC Voltage Filter terminals labeled “IN”.
See diagram. Connect a power wire to the + and - (minus)
terminals labeled “OUT” on the DC Voltage Filter.
3. Connect the ground wire from the MV-1111/MV-2222 and
the ground wire coming from the DC Voltage Filter “OUT”
together using large yellow spade connector. (Black wire from
MV unit and ground wire coming from the - (minus) on the
DC Voltage Filter’s “OUT” terminal.) See diagram.
4. Connect yellow spade connector to silver spade on switch.
5. Connect red wire from MV unit to a small red spade
connector.
6. Connect red spade connector to center spade on switch.
7. Connect +12 V wire from the DC Voltage Filter +
“OUT” terminal to a small red spade connector.
8. Connect red spade connector to isolated spade on switch.
2. Place cable-entry plate over hole and cables. Screw
in place. Seal plate and screw holes with approved
sealant (not included).
FIGURE 7
CABLEENTRY
PLATE
CABLE CLAMP EVERY12”-16”
3. Depending on the length of the cable on the roof,
you may need to use cable clamps or wire ties (not
provided) between the unit and your cable-entry plate.
Clamping the cable every 12”-16” should eliminate
any unnecessary cable movement, Figure 7.
INSTALLING THE POWER SWITCH
WINEGARD 12 VDC POWER FILTER
This +12 VDC Voltage Filter is included to prevent
problems that may be present in the power source for
your domed satellite system.
The DC Voltage Filter must be mounted INSIDE the
vehicle. It is not designed for exterior installation, and
is not weatherproof.
INSTALLING THE POWER SWITCH DIAGRAM
STEP 2
+
POWER IN IN
12 V BATTERY
STEP 3 & 4
DC VOLTAGE
FILTER
STEP 2
+
OUT POWER OUT
-
ON/OFF ROCKER
WITH LIGHT
(SHOWN IN OFF
POSITION.)
STEP 2
TWO BLACK GROUND WIRES
1 FROM DC POWER FILTER
1 FROM MV-1111/2222
STEP 7 & 8
STEP 5 & 6
MV-1111/2222
RED POWER
WIRE
FILTERED
+12 VDCFROM
DC POWER
FILTER
NOTE: The DC Voltage Filter contains an internal 7.5 AMP replaceable automotive type fuse to protect the satellite
unit and the filter. If the DC Voltage Filter is installed incorrectly (ie. positive and negative reversed, or positive wires
are shorted to ground) the internal fuse may blow, resulting in no DC output. If you must replace the internal fuse in
the DC Voltage Filter, first correct any problems.
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Installation • Wiring
Connecting the receiver —
Connecting two receivers
MV-1111 Domed Automatic/MV-2222Tracking System
Connecting first receiver:
Connecting one receiver
1. Connect the coax cable from the roof to the “IN”
input on the splitter (SP-2052). Connect a coax cable
from one of the “OUT” ports or jack on the splitter
(SP-2052). Connect other end of this cable to the “input” on the DC PASSIVE D575p demultiplexer.
2. Determine primary receiver. The primary receiver
is the one used most often.
3. Connect a coax cable from the “satellite receiver”
output on the DC PASSIVE D575p demultiplexer.
Connect the other end of this cable to “Satellite IN”
on the primary receiver.
1. Mount the DC Passive D575p demultiplexer in the
same cabinet as your receiver.
2. Connect the coax cable from the roof to the “input”
on the DC Passive D575p demultiplexer. Connect a
coax cable from the “sat receiver” on the DC Passive
demultiplexer. Connect other end of this cable to “satellite in” on receiver.
WIRING ONE RECEIVER
NOT USED
Connecting the second receiver:
4. Connect a coax cable from the other “OUT” output
on the splitter (SP-2052). Connect the other end of this
cable to the “input” on the DC BLOCK demultiplexer.
5. Connector a coax cable from the “receiver” output on
the DC BLOCK demultiplexer. Connect the other end of
this cable to “Satellite IN” on the secondary receiver.
INPUT
D575p
DEMULTIPLEXER
SAT RECEIVER
SATELLITE IN
WIRING TWO RECEIVERS
NOT USED
INPUT
D575p DEMULTIPLEXER
SAT RECEIVER
Initializing & replacing the dome after
connecting the receiver(s) —
1. Park vehicle where it is free of all obstructions and
with a clear view of the satellite.
2. DO NOT MOVE VEHICLE during the first initialization. Power up unit, turn on receiver. FOR THE
FIRST TIME ONLY, the unit may take up to 10 minutes to initially find the satellite signal. The GPS is
also initializing at this time. After the GPS initializes,
the unit will begin searching for the correct satellite.
3. If the GPS does not initialize at this time, turn
off the unit. You may need to move the GPS antenna
to a different location on your roof. After moving the
GPS, DO NOT SECURE TO ROOF.
4. TEST YOUR SYSTEM BEFORE SECURING
THE GPS ANTENNA. Make sure the TV and receiver have the correct satellite.
5. After correct satellite is found, secure GPS antenna
by removing adhesive backing and securing to roof.
6. Tighten Heyco connectors and apply bead of silicone around the connector where the exterior hex nut
touches the base, and around the cables where they
enter the exterior of the Heyco connector. Before securing the dome, fill ovals in rubber gasket with
silicone and apply silicone to screw threads.
SATELLITE
PRIMARY RECEIVER
OUT
IN
SP-2052
DEMULTIPLEXER
DC BLOCK
INPUT
RECEIVER
OUT
SECONDARY
SATELLITE
How to apply silicone —
HEYCO CONNECTOR
APPLY SILICONE BEAD AROUND
COAX ON OUTSIDE OF DOME
APPLY SILICONE BEAD AT BASE OF
HEYCO ON OUTSIDE OF DOME
FILL SCREW THREADS
WITH SILICONE
BEFORE INSERTING
FILL OVAL
WITH SILICONE
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Operation
Your new MV-2222/1111 features:
• GPS technology
• Fast signal acquisition times
• Easy “one-button” operation
• Ability to toggle between satellites using
remote control, if subscribing to multisatellite programming
• Low maintenance
• Compatible with continental U.S. digital satel
lite receivers
• Winegard warranty
• MV-2222 features precision gyroscopes
To operate your system —
NOTE: For Model MV-1111 vehicle must be parked.
1. Turn on receiver and television set. This unit
will not operate unless receiver is on. Be sure
your TV is turned to channel 3 or 4.
2. Turn your +12VDC tracking power switch to
ON position.
3. Allow up to 3 minutes for signal location. Satellite signal acquisition will occur with normal
operating conditions. For Model MV-2222, signal
acquisition time is faster if the vehicle is going in a
straight line, or stopped.
NOTE: Acquisition time will be longer if the vehicle has traveled more than 600 miles without the
unit in use. If you have traveled this distance
without using the unit, signal acquisition may
take up to five minutes.
4. If you do not have a signal after three minutes, be
sure there are no obstacles preventing signal acquisition.
(Trees, hill, buildings or other structures can block the
signal.) Move to an open area so your system can “see”
the satellite signal.
5. Signal interruption occurs while traveling when the
line of site to the satellite is blocked. This corrects itself
when blockage is cleared. The amount of time it takes
your TV picture to recover will be dependent on the receiver model.
6. If you do not have signal, see Troubleshooting, p. 10.
* If vehicle does not move for 6 minutes or more, the
MV-2222 will go to SLEEP MODE. It will remain on the
last selected satellite. Moving vehicle will cancel SLEEP
MODE and unit will resume tracking mode.
To toggle between satellites when subscribing to multi-satellite programming—
MV-2222 and MV-1111 will toggle between two different satellites. DIRECTV and DISH Network have
programming on more than one satellite.
When a channel is selected on the remote control and
it is not located on the satellite currently in use, the
system on the vehicle will automatically move to the
new satellite. (When using multiple receivers, toggling
is controled by the primary receiver.)
IMPORTANT! Model MV-2222 will not toggle while
vehicle is moving. Toggling can only occur after vehicle
is stopped for six minutes and unit is in sleep mode.
DIRECTV programming
1. There is NO SETUP required for DIRECTV. When
you request a channel located on a different satellite,
the unit will automatically move to that satellite.
2. After signal has been acquired, 6 minutes remain to
complete Check Switch test; this 6 minutes will expire
with unit on or off. Consult yDISH Network receiver
manual to perform Check Switch test.
3. During the Check Switch Test, the receiver will begin
checking your switch by toggling between transponders.
When this is completed, SW42 will appear on the screen. It
will be at the top of the screen, satellite designations will be
below, showing odd and even transponders. See illustration.
NOTE: If a switch other than SW42 appears, or you have
an X in one the of the boxes below the satellites, repeat
Check Switch steps.
SW42
119
119
110
110
ODD EVEN ODD EVEN
DISH Network programming (DISH 500)
NOTE: Once these steps have been completed, you
will not need to perform this test again, unless
check switch was performed on another satellite
dish such as a home dish.
1. Wait for unit to acquire the satellite signal on
satellite 119.
Check Switch screen display
5. Your system is now set up to toggle between
satellites. It will automatically move to the correct
satellite when channel is selected.
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Troubleshooting
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A SIGNAL:
NOTE: The power rocker switch must be ON for the
next steps. Voltage must be +12 VDC, except at the
LNBF, see #2, Figure 9, page 11.
1. The signal may be blocked by trees, hills or
structures. Pull into an area where no trees or
buildings are in the line of sight from unit to the
satellites.
6. To check voltage at connections, see Figure 9 on
page 11. FOLLOW THE NUMERICAL SEQUENCE
ON THE DRAWING AND CHECK VOLTAGE AT:
#1. Power Supply.
#2. LNBF voltage. Disconnect the coax cable from
the LNBF. Check voltage from the middle wire to
the shield. There should be +12 to +19 VDC. If no
voltage is present, make sure receiver is on and
check for +12 to +19 VDC at ends of gray coax
cable (remove at box junction).
#3. ‘Mini-cable’ connection voltage at Control Box.
#4. Coax cable at Control Box going to
Heyco connector.
2. Check your +12 VDC power switch. Make
sure it is in the ON position.
3. Check your connections. The receiver must
be connected to the power and coax connected
from receiver to the satellite dish. Check
demultiplexer connection.
4. Check your power supply. The +12 VDC
power supply must be hooked up. Check for +12
VDC on the roof at the connector.
5. Is the rear adjustable base bracket facing the
rear of the vehicle? See Figure 1, page 4.
7. Are the dip switches in the correct position (101 or
119)?
6. Loss of signal may also be caused by snow on
roof of vehicle.
8. If the unit still does not have a signal, power off and
power back on.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Signal strength screen meter shows some
signal strength, but constantly moves up and
down, and is never locked on satellite.
Unit continues to move, but never finds any signal.
Check your power voltage. You may have dirty
power. You must have a minimum of 12 VDC to
power the stacked LNBF. If the LNBF shows no
signal strength, the unit will move and operate, but
you will not be able to lock onto a signal.
Have signal strength on the even or odd transponders, but not on both transponders.
Demultiplexer is not hooked up properly for stacked
IF LNBF system, see page 7-8.
The unit continues to move and the signal strength
screen shows that it is finding the satellites, but will
never lock onto any satellite. Continues to search.
Be sure the switches are set on the correct numbers —
see page 5, step 5.
The unit moves around in circles, then points off
the front of the coach.
The GPS is not acquiring a signal.
The unit moves in circles and does not find the satellite, then begins to make grinding noise.
Power unit off, then on.
Check switches to make sure they are set correctly.
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Base Diagram
FIGURE 9
#4 COAX CABLE AT
CONTROL BOX
#3 CONTROL
BOX TO LNBF
#1 POWER SUPPLY
(POWER WIRE, SEE DETAIL)
HEYCO CONNECTORS
EL MOTOR
GPS ANTENNA
POWER
SUPPLY
CONTROL
BOX
(DETAIL
BELOW)
#2 LNBF
VOLTAGE
AZ MOTOR
A
CONTROL BOX DETAIL
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8-PIN
POWER
AZ MOTOR
TO LNBF
EL MOTOR
TO RECEIVER
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Specifications & Warranty
Features and specifications
• One button operation.
• Manufactured from sturdy ABS plastic,
UV protected.
• GPS satellite signal acquisition.
• Off-white color compatible with all vehicles.
• Depending on receiver type, you can access
satellites 119°, 110° or 101°.
• Compact size —
32” diameter, 15” height
Weight of unit - 43 lbs.
Shipping weight - 59 lbs.
• No user input required.
• No data port required for any receiver.
• Tracking greater than 30°.
• Elevation range 14.5° to 74.5°;
azimuth unlimited.
• 30’ power cable and 30’ coaxial cable included.
TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Winegard Company warrants this Winegard product (excluding receiver) against any defects in materials or
workmanship within two (2) years from date of purchase. No warranty claim will be honored unless at the time the claim
is made, you present proof of purchase to an authorized Winegard dealer (if unknown, please contact Winegard
Company, 3000 Kirkwood Street, Burlington, Iowa 52601-2000, telephone 319-754-0600).
Winegard Company (at its option) will either repair or replace the defective product at no charge to you. This warranty
covers parts, but does not cover any costs incurred in removal, shipping or reinstallation of the product. This limited
warranty does not apply if the product is damaged, deteriorates, malfunctions or fails from: misuse, improper
installation, abuse, neglect, accident, tampering, modification of the product as originally manufactured by Winegard,
usage not in accordance with product instructions or acts of nature such as damage caused by wind, lightning, ice or
corrosive environments such as salt spray and acid rain.
The Two Year Warranty is provided on the condition that the equipment is properly delivered with all handling and
freight charges prepaid to your Winegard dealer for repair or return to our factory at the above address. Winegard
dealers will arrange for the replacement or repair and return to you, without charge, the product which failed due to
defective material or workmanship.
WINEGARD COMPANY WILL NOT ASSUME ANY LIABILITIES FOR ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, MADE BY ANY OTHER PERSON.
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED TO THE TWO YEAR PERIOD
OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY.
The foregoing shall be the sole and exclusive remedy of any person whether in contract, tort or otherwise, and
Winegard shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damage or commercial loss, or from any other loss or
damage except as set forth above.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion of limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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