Comprose and Chucke: If you search Winegard Sensar and go to the link for the Winegard site you can download the manual.
Chucke: As Michael said, check to see that the amp is powered on. There should be a coax jack plate where your TV is connected to the antenna. There is a button on it and a green LED. If you press the button in, it sends power to the preamp in the antenna and switches the jack that goes to the TV to the antenna. If the button is not pressed in and the LED is off, the TV is connected to the wire that runs to the outside for connection to a cable system. The new digital TVs have to scan to find signals. You have to go into the menu system and set it for antenna or cable, depending on what you are connected to, and scan. If using the antenna you will need to know where the transmitters are to point the antenna. You can go to antennaweb.org and enter your zip code to get a map of the TV stations you should be able to receive. As long as you know which way is north at your location you can then rotate the antenna to the proper direction. This should be done before scanning.
If I'm telling you things that you already know, sorry, but sometimes a little detail is helpful.
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