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Caseanonymous

04-29-2013 10:19:08




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Do the 90 series have an antenna inside? I don't have one outside or see a provision for on on my 2290. I'm starting to get tired of crummy radio reception Any thoughts or advice? Thanks casemen!!




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Sethag

05-01-2013 11:21:25




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 Re: 90 series antenna in reply to Caseanonymous, 04-29-2013 10:19:08  
Both of my 2290's have an antenna on the outside of the cab



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rusty6

05-01-2013 22:09:15




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 Re: 90 series antenna in reply to Sethag, 05-01-2013 11:21:25  
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My 2090 has the antenna cord inside the filter housing at the back of the cab. It works ok but I think I have a poor connection on the speakers as it cuts out sometimes.



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1370rod

04-29-2013 10:33:18




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 Re: 90 series antenna in reply to Caseanonymous, 04-29-2013 10:19:08  
Its in the cab air filter housing. Its just a thin wire taped to the fiberglass housing on the inside, Rod.



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Caseanonymous

04-29-2013 13:02:39




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 Re: 90 series antenna in reply to 1370rod, 04-29-2013 10:33:18  
Thank you rod. Maybe it's time to upgrade to a newer radio



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