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Old 06-28-2015, 08:58 PM   #1
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A new TV for our Holiday Rambler

We have a 1994 HR diesel and I want to relocate the TV from between the front seats, a very poor location for a TV, to above the entrance door. I am looking at using 24" LED TV with a swing down mount. Can anyone tell me if I can get the wiring run above the ceiling panels and how difficult it will be? I would prefer to hide the wiring if possible. We made our first trip in it from the Roseburg Oregon area down to Southern California. It went fairly well with no issues other than it being 103 degrees in Red Bluff, CA.!!! Oh and the AC was on the fritz because I accidentally removed the power supply while wiring in a new Nav. System. Replaced it and all was well.

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Old 06-30-2015, 09:39 AM   #2
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Often the posts on either side of the windshield are used as wiring conduits. Remove the cover on the inside and see if there's room for more wires.

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