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Old 05-12-2019, 08:23 PM   #1
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Connec(T) 1 change out?

Just took delivery of a new AB 37ap last week. Overall very happy with the rig but regret ordering the Winegard Connect T (1). Would like to put in the connect 2. Can you tell me how that might be done. Could the same cabling be used or would I have to run new/different cabling to the roof dome? Could I tie new cabling to the existing model cable and pull it to the roof. Any technical advice would be much appreciated.

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Old 05-13-2019, 07:20 AM   #2
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The problem is the ConnecT 1.0 uses a network cable from the front cabinet to the rear of the coach where the Connect 2.0 only needs 12v power. Since it's bundled into the wiring harness I doubt you could use the existing cable to pull a new one. I had considered using pairs of wires in the network cable and converting them to carry 12v to the roof instead of having to run a new cable. Another option is if you have the wiring for a dome antenna on the front, there will be 12v power there that you can tie into.

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Thanks for the reply It Dan
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