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Old 05-15-2007, 05:05 PM   #1
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I need to get some more inputs for dvd/sat rec to tv and cannot figure how to get to back. Any help appreciated and also what is round button on top of tv.
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I need to get some more inputs for dvd/sat rec to tv and cannot figure how to get to back. Any help appreciated and also what is round button on top of tv.
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Old 05-15-2007, 05:49 PM   #3
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Are you asking about the wiring for the bedroom tv? Ours came with the wiring already installed even though we ordered the rv without a bedroom tv. It was much less expensive to put in our own tv than to order the option. Found same tv Winnebago used for about $100 at Wal-Mart. Install was easy and looks like it came that way.
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Old 05-15-2007, 06:06 PM   #4
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Thanks for reply. No I need to get cabinet off around cabinet and plug in inputs to existing tv. It looks like paneling comes off from bottom but wondering if someone knows for sure. thanks jim w. 06 33v sunrise
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Old 05-16-2007, 04:49 AM   #5
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Since you did not supply the model it is difficult to answer you correctly. I suggest putting that info in your profile.

If you have most models of Itasca, you have a swtch located in the front of the MH which has inputs for devices and all one needs to do is push the buttons to direct the input to the rear.

If you need by-pass that system, the TV is probably accessed by removing paneling from the underneath cabinet area so that you can access the safety holddown bolts. Once these are loosened you will be able to slide the TV out for access.
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Old 05-30-2007, 03:23 AM   #6
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Are you sure that you are not prewired for this..I have a 2005 Winnebago Voyage 33 and it is prewired. Just like one of the folks said, the switch is on the front box passenger side. You just push in the buttons to watch the Tv in the rear. They are usually the buttons all the way to the right. The middle ones feed the TV hook ups on the outside.
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I had a 2003 Brave, Model 32V (same as 33V). The cabinet above the vanity was wired for TV - 110VAC, 12VDC, and antenna. I also installed my own 19 inch TV. The only thing that I found was that the signal was weak at the rear TV, so I bought a small Radio Shack TV signal amplifier. It installed inline with the antenna lead, and plugged into the 110VAC outlet. It worked very well. I think that the 110VAC outlet is powered off of the 300 watt inverter, so you can use the TV even when you are dry camping.

Its a shame that the 12VDC outlet is in the back of that cabinet. I modified mine to put a 12VDC outlet down by the vanity.

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