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Old 04-30-2013, 11:42 AM   #1
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2004 Fleetwood Southwind 32V TV Wiring

I am replacing my outdated King Controls Sat Dish with a new unit from Winegard. I cannot figure out where the wires come in so that I can remove them and pull in the new. I had hoped that I could pull in the new wires using the old as a pull string but they are secured. Does anyone have a diagram that might show the TV wiring for the 2004 Fleetwood Southwind 32V?

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I am replacing my outdated King Controls Sat Dish with a new unit from Winegard. I cannot figure out where the wires come in so that I can remove them and pull in the new. I had hoped that I could pull in the new wires using the old as a pull string but they are secured. Does anyone have a diagram that might show the TV wiring for the 2004 Fleetwood Southwind 32V?

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I think you can get older manuals at Fleetwood's website. Not sure about wiring , but they have owners manuals. Worth a shot!
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Thanks for the suggestion, been there done that, no go.
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Fleetwood may be able to assist.

800-322-8216.
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Thanks for the suggestion, been there done that, no go.
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Do you need the manual ?
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Thanks, I will give them a call.
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I have all the manuals, thanks again.
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Were you able to fix it?

I'm interested if you were able to get the new TV wiring done?
We are considering doing that to our southwind, which is the same
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All the tv wiring is secured behind the cabinets and walls in the unit. I used the main coax cable from the old satelite dish and connected it to the new dish main coax connection, this allowed the wiring to the switch and tv's to work. I cut and terminated (make sure you have the 12V power disconnected) the old dish power and secondary coax cables. I ran the new power cable from the new dish down through the tv antenna mount and into the front area and connected it to a 12v power source and then connected it to the new dish power switch. You might consider taking your coach to an rv service center for help, they may have a better suggestion or may do it for a reasonable cost.

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