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Explanation: I guess this is the umbrella-shaped seal which is put around the antenna pole going through the roof. The seal, presumably of rubber, is to prevent water (from rain, snow etc.) comong through the roof along the pole and its hole.
After pushing the seal on, one can start mounting the antenna itself.
Explanation: "Wheather" is most certainly a misspelling of "weather", perhaps from a non-native manufacturer. For "weather seal", your own idea of "Wetterschutz" or "Wetterdichtung" or "Witterungsschutz" or "Wetterschutzdichtung" or something more specific depending on what the seal looks like, might all be possible.
Dan McCrosky Local time: 14:13 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 390