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If the SWRwashigheron channel23, you needto shortenthe tip. If the SWRwashigher on channel1, you needto lengthenthe tip. Moveit about/4" at a time. Cheokthe SWRon someof the middle channelsand try to set the antennaso that it has the lowest SWR on the middlechannels. Most antennashavea setscrewyou canloosenso that the tip can slide up and down. lf this doesnot giveenoughadjustment, you can clip or file Ye" at a timc off the bottom of the tip and re-insertit in the coil, Make sureto resetthe SWRmeter every time you take a reading.

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