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Old 01-06-2013, 02:26 PM   #15
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I don't mean to hijack this thread but I am looking for a DP and found none we really like with the front TV. Seeing how MSHappycampers moved their Tv to the side without loosing their couch just opened up a lot of campers to our maybe list. My question is how did you move the antenna/cable connections.
I copied this from a previous thread but I think it will answer your question!


"The hardest part was getting cables from the TV switching box in the right overhead cabinet back to the new TV location which was in a slide-out. I had to go across behind the overhead cabinets, down the post beside the windshield on the driver's side, under the coach to the rear end of the slide-in, through a pipe with other wires that slides in and out with the slide-out, up through the floor of the slide-out into some cabinets, across under the cabinets, and finally to the new TV location! WHEW!
I also had to move my surround sound center-channel speaker from under the old TV overhead cabinet to the new location and change the hookups on the other speakers to get the right configuration for the new TV position.
It was a lot of trouble and considerable expense, but when I lay back in my recliner, push the little button and watch the TV move up to the preset position, turn on the surround sound and enjoy a good movie, it was definitely worth the trouble! "

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Old 01-06-2013, 02:38 PM   #16
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Our rig came with 3 Jensen TVs. Made for RVs. HD, surround sound, etc. love em
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