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Old 02-06-2003, 04:45 PM   #1
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Antenna Drive Gear

I have an '85 Excella with the crank up TV antenna. I cannot get the antenna to raise or rotate and suspect the worm gear assembly. The problem is that my shop manual describes the Tandy model and I have been unable to find an exploded view of my antenna. I know it is original, 'cause the 32' unit on the front of the manual has the same antenna. I got on top of the unit and lubricated it and attempted to take it apart, but was temporarily defeated.

I understand the the gears are available from Inland, but without a little help, I'm stuck relying on cable hookup. Does anyone have a drawing or can you explain how the gear comes out after you remove the cross pin? Many thanks, Don

P.S. No great rush on this one, we're finally having winter in Denver.
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