Originally Posted by CrawfordGene
Also, you have to activate the antenna booster—it is small button on the wall plate behind the TV. When on a small green light comes on. It is easy to forget to turn it off, but if you don't cable TV won't work and it will be a drain on the batteries.
On the Interstates, the antenna booster isn't behind the television. It's inside the storage compartment over the driver's seat; the one with the sliding doors, not the tray over the windshield visor. It's on the driver's side wall, right next to the auxiliary 12v
power outlet. Should be a green light that lights up when it's on.
Don't know about the booster interfering with cable (never hooked my Interstate up to cable yet), but it will definitely drain your batteries if you don't switch the booster off when you're done with it. It is not controlled by ther battery disconnect switch, and so the booster can stay on even when you switch off the house batteries.