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Old 12-19-2011, 04:37 PM   #1
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Changing out old TV

Have a new to us 94 Rexhall Airex. In the upper center console is where the old tube type TV sets. Seems like a lot of motorhomes are set up this way.

Has anyone addressed puting a flat screen up there. Would be interested in what your solution was, or will be.
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Don't know about a Rexhall, but there are lots of threads on replacing the old tube TVs. Do a search on LCD and I think you will find many that will help you.
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