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Old 03-02-2006, 05:11 AM   #1
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I need to route a 2nd RG6 cable run from the box area above the central vacuum. Any advice or suggestions on ways to run it from there to the front TV area? I checked the wiring diagram and can't use the lead WRV put in for an "outdoor TV", as it is not direct and has 2 splitters in the path.

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I need to route a 2nd RG6 cable run from the box area above the central vacuum. Any advice or suggestions on ways to run it from there to the front TV area? I checked the wiring diagram and can't use the lead WRV put in for an "outdoor TV", as it is not direct and has 2 splitters in the path.

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Hello & Welcome Neal:

I have run wires from the storage area to the inside of the coach. There are several ways to do this I would run the cable from along side the frame through the bulkheads to the front of the coach. Next I would find a place where you can drill through the firewall (Check both side before you drill). Depending on the year, on my 2001, once inside I can run the cable up between the windshield in the channel to the rear of the TV and into the cabinet where the receiver is located. On some years you can run the cable in the channel on the side of the windshield.

You will have to look at your coach for the best possible route.

I hope this helps a little bit.
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