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Old 12-20-2012, 03:38 PM   #1
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winnebago tv help

when i bought my 1996 36ft winnebago adventure on dec. 17 i took out the vcr above the passenger seat and got my three spliter to hook up my computer internet and now since that my tv well not turn on and cant figure out why if some one could help me please because i really want to get my tv working thanks
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:40 PM   #2
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Verify power to the outlet you are using. If the TV can be seen by the driver, the outlet is most likely interlocked to the MH ignition.
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Qinnebago tv help

By chance was your tv pluged into the unit you removed for ac power. Rkl
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By chance was your tv pluged into the unit you removed for ac power. Rkl
when i first hooked up my rv and while parked the tv turned on and it did work until i took the vcr out and got rid of it and had a three way spliter that two cable cards where hooked to the vcr and i then put the two cable cards to the three spliter and the other to my internet
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Run an extension cord from a known good outlet to the TV, make sure the TV is good.
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when i bought my 1996 36ft winnebago adventure on dec. 17 i took out the vcr above the passenger seat and got my three spliter to hook up my computer internet and now since that my tv well not turn on and cant figure out why if some one could help me please because i really want to get my tv working thanks
thanks all for your help but i got my tv figured out and now i watch it i just didnt have the right bootons pushed
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