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Old 06-20-2012, 05:12 PM   #1
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Hook Up diagram

It's me again. In my Winnie adventuer 38J, I just replaced my old analog TV's with 2 VIZIO's Digital HDTV's 32 inch in front living room and 26 inch in bedroom. I have a video switcher in the living room cabinet Quest QS53D and the following sources:

2. SONY DVD Player Surround Sound System,
3. Off Air Roof Antenna
4. RV Park Cable Input.

I would like to hook it up so that I use the Quest video switcher to select SAT, ANT, CABLE or DVD. Does anyone have a wiring diagram that will accomplish my goal or another method that will accept all of my sources. I have been out there for hours switching cables etc etc. Keep in mind that I am half polish and half italian so the diagram has to be very explicit..Thanks ahead of time..Charlie

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each installation I have seen is a Cut and Fit, Heat and Bend and paint to match. There are so many different TV's, Surround Sounds, satellite, etc systems, a fool proof point to point is pretty much non-existent. Your best bet is to hire one of the local techs from one of the A/V dealers to come out and hook you up.

I can usually look through all of the manuals and suggest hook-ups and manage to put together a working system.


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Old 06-20-2012, 08:55 PM   #3
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Here is a link to the wiring diagrams for your coach

Wiring Diagrams

Near the bottom of the list you will find the wiring for the tv's. Hope it helps.
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