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Old 01-12-2013, 05:42 AM   #1
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TV in Damon Challanger 377

Hi and good morning,

we have a 377 Damon Challenger.

Now we want to take out the Main-TV to connect a HDMI cable.

But as we take out the Main-TV? We must solve the seven screws up and seven scews down or is there a trick and it is easier?

Thank you.


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Old 01-12-2013, 02:14 PM   #2
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It might be you do not have to remove it.. Here is how to find out..

First, Some background, the rig pictured in my profile or sig is a 2005 Intruder 377W.

On SOME RV's you will find a panel UNDER the tv, 4 screws and you access the back of the unit.

On mine the panel is "Behind" (Between windshield and TV cabinet) and has several more screws. Sitting on the dash with my head in an area about 1/2 of what I'm comfortable with I can remove the scr4ews and properly connect the TV (Damon hooked it up somewhat.. WRONG) No need to remove.

Of course this all depends on where on the unit the HDMI jack is, Mosern flat screen's tend to have connections on the side (major issue) my older CRT they are on the rear.

But look for an easy access panel.. You might get lucky

A mirror helps look up I can not see that ventelation grill from outside or inside without either sticking my head up there or using a mirror.

Beyond that I can't help you as there are many ways they build those cabinets.

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Old 01-19-2013, 12:08 PM   #3
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thank you, but unfortunately I had to solve the 14 screws, 7 above and 7 below ...
The HDMI port is on the back. I bought a screwdriver, 7 inches, and a telescope with a magnet. The slot is only a half inch ... But it works well. Thank you again.

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