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Old 04-11-2016, 12:51 AM   #1
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Question How to mount a TV

Just bought a 2016 Cougar 28RLS, which came with TV hook up in the ceiling of the bedroom adjacent to exterior wall. There is no sign or sticker indicating where to place the mount for the TV, and I am anxious about drilling into an outside wall. Anyone having any information that can help me, It would be greatly appreciated.

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No help here, except the outside wall is no different than the inside, except for very limited clearance to the skin, drill a very small hole in the wallboard and insert a probe to see how much space you have.

My opinion is, bedrooms are for sleeping, and this was our best use of the power outlet there !!!
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Wonderful idea for the bedroom fan! I'll be copying it if you don't mind....

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Old 04-12-2016, 08:05 AM   #4
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No Problem, i will wave the royalty fee for ya this time !! It works great, wife loves it,and puts out just the right amount of white noise !
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