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Old 04-26-2012, 01:34 PM   #1
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Television Cables

Hello all:

I am looking to replace the rear television in my 2003 Itasca Horizon, 34 HD. Can someone tell me if the coax was placed in a conduit, or some type of raceway from the front of the coach? Should I wish to use a new, or different cable, say HDMI, will I be able to use the existing cable as a fish for a new cable?

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Old 04-26-2012, 01:52 PM   #2
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Winnebago routes channels in the foam before the walls are laminated. There are often right angle turns in the channels. I don't think you can use the old cable to pull new cable.
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There is a specific area BELOW for questions concerning specific makes of RV's - probably get more and better answers there......
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If there is a conduit I don't think an HDMI cable will fit through it. You may want to look at running some Category 6 cable and converting it at both ends to HDMI. If you can pull one cable pull as many as you can. Never know what other upgrades will come out and need that extra cable.
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Thanks all for your input. If I remember, I will post what I find. I decided regardless, we are going down the road!
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