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Old 05-16-2018, 07:16 AM   #1
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HDMI Cable to be Replace

Good Morning All,
I have a Tiffin Allegro Red 34QFA 2012 and I have a HDMI connector damage that connect the tv from the Galley. It is the main tv, I'm trying to find out the location of this cable. I think it is going through the roof? Looking for access at the tv also but cannot locate. I would love to change the cable.
Any help you be appreciated.
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Tiffin installs cables behind cabinets and baseboards, sometimes through the ceiling into channels in the roof foam, and sometimes through the basement. Since the HDMI splitter is most likely mounted in the basement on your model, I'd go that route. Don't go through the roof.

If you are really stuck, go wireless. Far easier than driving yourself nuts.
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If you are needing to change due to a faulty cable, first check the TV end of the cable. I have read that Tiffin would put a short extension on the end of the cable so it was easier to replace the extension instead of the full cable. I'm not sure if yours is that way, but it's worth checking.
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The cables can be very difficult to replace due to lack of access.

HDMI connectors can be changed - with difficulty. Connector kits findable via Google.

As mentioned above there may a a sacrificial cable - if so you are golden. I have one on my bedroom AV cabinet - it connects at the floor - accessible by removing drawers from the dresser below.

Lastly consider replacing with wireless HDMI. Iogear and other vendors make wireless HDMI.
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