Here’s a nifty device for anyone who wants to watch Corrie when they are in the caravan but are having trouble knowing which way to point the directional aerial to get the best picture. Called the Vision Plus Television Signal Finder, this product fits into the co-axial circuit between the aerial and the TV.

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Here’s a nifty device for anyone who wants to watch Corrie when they are in the caravan but are having trouble knowing which way to point the directional aerial to get the best picture. Called the Vision Plus Television Signal Finder, this product fits into the co-axial circuit between the aerial and the TV.

When the TV is being set up, the unit is switched on and as the aerial is rotated a row of signal strength LEDs lights up to show the direction the aerial should be pointed in to get the best signal. The unit (part number 09-6007) comes complete with a PP3 9V battery and a co-axial connector and is available from any caravan dealer distributing Grade UK Ltd products.

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