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Old 01-23-2016, 04:21 PM   #15
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Itasca Suncruiser 38R. TV is in a cabinet behind the co-pilot seat, angled towards the sofa area. Mine is a 2004 so the TV is a giant CRT SONY. It must weigh a ton. I have seen some nice postings about removing it and replacing with a nice flat screen mounted on a swivel mount to the front of the cabinet. Bonus feature, you have tons of storage behind the flat screen where the CRT used to be.

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Old 01-23-2016, 06:09 PM   #16
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I'm guessing that the location of the television might be related to the age of the MH. Our 1993 Foretravel had the original CRT televisions still in it when we bought it. The front one was located in a console under the dash between the front seats. There is a device back in the dark that cuts off power to the 120 VAC outlet when the key is on. We pulled that old television out and got a new flat screen. The space where the television used to be is now occupied by the printer and dvd player. The television itself sits on the top of that console when we're parked and sleeps on the bed when we're going down the road.

Newer models did have the television mounted above the driver's head because they also have the front entry. (We have a mid-entry coach.) The newest ones have all sorts of interesting ways to mount a flat-screen set. Some use a swing-down hinge arrangement that puts the television up against the ceiling when not in use, and folds down over the front seats when wanted. Others use a pop-up arrangement with the television hidden behind a cabinet or "fireplace" when not in use.

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