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Old 11-04-2011, 05:51 PM   #1
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How to connect to cable at campground

I have a 2007 40x fleetwood discovery. How do you connect to cable inside the coach ?
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Old 11-04-2011, 06:19 PM   #2
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Check the bays for a cable in jack. Mine is in the wet bay. I also have a cable out jack on the curbside to connect an outside TV, don't confuse the 2 if you have both.
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Old 11-04-2011, 06:42 PM   #3
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In addition to the advice above, you should have a white plate in one of the forward overhead compartments with a green light illuminated when you have the button on it pushed in to select "antenna". Push the button once again to select "cable" after following the proceedure above.

I may have the button and green light backwards. Can't get to mine right now.

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In addition to the advice above, you should have a white plate in one of the forward overhead compartments with a green light illuminated when you have the button on it pushed in to select "antenna". Push the button once again to select "cable" after following the proceedure above.

I may have the button and green light backwards. Can't get to mine right now.

Dave
Forgot about the switch. Haven't watched cable TV in the MH yet, way too may good John Wayne DVDs to watch and re-watch.
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Very likely many different locations on different RV's. Mine has two connections in the electrical connection box where the shore power cord is stored. One for coax and one with a connection that looks like phone. And the note about a switch somewhere to choose between cable and antenna is right on. Spent half a day in California campground trying to figure out why I could not get a new TV to work when all the time it was because I had forgotten about that darned switch...........good luck.............ronspradley
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My cable connection is in the left aft street side basement compartment with the power cord.
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I think they all tend to be in one of the service bays that you would normally open to connect shore power, water, sewer, etc...

Seems like that switch is pretty important too.
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