· Ensure all connections are correct
· Ensure the Variable Signal Booster power LED is on
· Try adjusting the gain control on the Variable Signal Booster (turn to right to increase gain. We suggest you start with 100% gain and reduce if in a high strength area).
· To maximise the number and quality of channels found, you will need to retune your TV/Freeview box when changing locations, the aerial is likely to be picking up channels from different transmitters.
· Ensure power switch is in the on position.
· Ensure the power source is connected correctly.
· Check the in-line fuse in the power cable.
We recommend always using the VSB in-line as this will boost the signal quality significantly. However, in some areas where the signal strength is good, it may not be necessary to use the VSB.
For full instructions and support on the VSB, please visit the VSB support page here.
· Yes, you can shorten the cable by cutting it to the required length and refitting the F connector. Details on how to fit the F connector can be found here.
· You can lengthen the cable by using a back to back connector and some additional coaxial cable or a fly lead.
· Please note, longer cable may introduce signal losses and reduce signal quality.
· Yes, the VHF variant of the Gazelle has a detachable telescopic VHF aerial.
· However, since the digital switch over in the UK, the only VHF transmissions are radio channels, all of which can be picked up via UHF Freeview.
No, the cable must enter the vehicle directly underneath the F Connector on the Gazelle head unit.
Yes, this can be done without replacing any parts.
- At present, the Gazelle is designed for permanent mounting only using the installation kit provided.
The Gazelle has been designed to be maintenance and trouble free. If you do wish to clean your Gazelle, use a sponge with mild soap and a minimal amount of water. Never use a powerful flow of water, powerwasher or solvents to clean.