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Old 05-04-2013, 09:58 PM   #1
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Winegard Trav'ler install on CC

I am curious if anyone has removed a Trac Vision dome and installed a Winegard Trav'ler slimline on a CC. I have the Trav'ler and have consulted the A-V wiring diagrams and think I have it figured out. However, I am curious about two things in particular:

1. The coax from the Trac Vision enters the coach roof midships and the Trac Vision controller is over the entry door. Can any of the ceiling panels be easily removed to route new coax or can the existing coax be used?

2. If using the existing coax, one would surely have to disconnect/disable the Trac Vision controller. Or, can it be left connected and merely left in the Off/Idle mode?
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I'm in the process of removing the trac vision from our Monaco and definitely plan to reuse the antenna cable from it to the Winegard Trav'ler. As far as the old controller, I just tagged the cables took them off and ripped the whole system out.
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Last week we just had the Motostat system removed and had the Wingard Trav'ler installed, what a sweet setup, with a new reciever. Just added it to my home account for $7 a month.
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