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Old 02-08-2013, 02:59 PM   #1849
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Hah! No we just set up and admire it. Dogs are too noisy...
Just making sure. We don't have a dog, but sometimes Annie says I'm in the dog house. Thought maybe yours had actually gone a step further. Hope Annie doesn't get any ideas from this.
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Old 02-08-2013, 03:23 PM   #1850
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Surge Guard, Portable 50 Amp Model 34750 with lock box - purchased from Southeast Power Systems, Orlando, FL $333.00 plus shipping.

Also, RV GPS Rand McNally Model 7720 LM from Road Trucker Inc., Wilmington, NC $299.99 delivered.

Have yet to use either of the above but will be heading south in a few weeks to see how they perform.
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:45 PM   #1851
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Surge Guard, Portable 50 Amp Model 34750 with lock box - purchased from Southeast Power Systems, Orlando, FL $333.00 plus shipping.

Also, RV GPS Rand McNally Model 7720 LM from Road Trucker Inc., Wilmington, NC $299.99 delivered.

Have yet to use either of the above but will be heading south in a few weeks to see how they perform.
Hope that lock box is never a deterrent for anyone and you're always camping someplace a lock box isn't even needed.
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Removed front tv and made a storage cabinet out of the space. Replaced with a 32" flat screen with built in DVD. Cut a big hole in the mid ship wall and put it there. Looked so good, I then replaced the bedroom tv with a 26" flat screen with built in DVD too.

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a 50' HDMI cable to connect the new flat screen TV in the bedroom (which I also just purchased) to the front TV.

Also purchased a HDMI splitter to split the satellite signal from the front TV to the rear TV. Too cheap to pay for 2 receivers (gotta watch the same HD channel on both TV's).

Gonna install it this week. It's gonna be a FUN project.
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a 50' HDMI cable to connect the new flat screen TV in the bedroom (which I also just purchased) to the front TV.

Also purchased a HDMI splitter to split the satellite signal from the front TV to the rear TV. Too cheap to pay for 2 receivers (gotta watch the same HD channel on both TV's).

Gonna install it this week. It's gonna be a FUN project.
HDMI splitters can be problematic. If both tvs are not the same resolution you may find it will not work. Hope your system works better than mine did. Still looking for a splitter that works. My next try is a Geffen 4x2 switch, not cheap but they claim it will work.
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Another new purchase just made. A four liter AFFF fire extinguisher with two remote heads. One head to be placed on either side of engine.
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