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Old 07-17-2011, 03:58 AM   #1
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Dvd player

A just bought a hurricane 30Q. Just wondering how you hook up a dvd player to the TV In cab.
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It's not too difficult if the tv is mounted overhead. First remove the bottom of the cabinet under the tv. There are snap on caps over the mounting screws. With this off you can get your hand up in there to the back of the tv where the cable connections are. I then fished a three wire A/V cable from the passenger side cabinet up through the existing hole (used for wrench access to the winch bolt for lowering the tv) and to the back of the tv to connect to the AV1 or AV2 input. My tv also has an input for component cables but I didn't use it. You will have to connect the cables by feel so it helps to have a picture of the back of the tv from the tv manual showing the cable connection layout. Have fun!
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