I discovered this morning that my antenna rotator kicked the bucket. The only reason I've used the rotator the last 10 years is because the mast bolts have loosened up and the antenna occasionally blows around in the wind. I went up to check things out today, finally. My setup is at least 20 years old, all of the bolts are rusted tight and probably have to be cut out, but structurally everything seems ok. If I replace the rusted bolts I won't need the rotator. Can anyone identify the antenna I have, and should it be replaced with something more modern? The built-in pre amp says Channel Master. Reception is generally fine when the antenna is pointing the right way, we are about 30 miles from the transmitters.
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