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The only variable I can honestly say does occur is the temperature. I changed the antenna to North West, and couldn't believe my ears, it's working.Is it possible that, when the temperature dips to its lowest of lows in the wee small hours, it affects my antenna's reception? Hopefully that will be the end of my having to change the antenna all around.The power adapter may have a blown fuse, a short in the cable, or some other physical defect.
Check this out; page will show you the best possible direction to point your antenna; It has been constantly cutting out to "acquiring signal" which NEVER happened except for 2 or 3 specific spots in the course of my travels and I have had Sirius for going on 8 years now. I have been reduced to using the clamshell antenna from my home system and just move it around constantly to try to catch the North/Northwest signal.
I replaced the antenna with a brand new one and same thing. This was never an issue before the last few months.
I have no problem upgrading from my original "Sportster" to a new receiver, as referenced by the OP. I have the same problem as described above (except it happens anytime) with my 30 month old home system.
If you’ve owned a satellite radio long enough, you’ve probably encountered one of the common issues that occur.
It’s likely you’ve seen ‘Antenna Not Detected’, ‘Acquiring Signal’, or have had your radio not power on.
In other words, my system works fine 23.5 hours a day, but, come 0100 AM Eastern time, I can expect to get a garbled and/or silent signal sometime in the coming 120 minutes, which garbled and/or silent signal rarely lasts more than 30 minutes. I'm not plagued by neighbors' kids playing pranks or wild animals exploring, particularly given the time of day.