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Old 11-29-2015, 06:13 PM   #1
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Hi. We recently purchased our c class with a front entertainment center. We would like to replace the old Tv with a new flat screen.. How do you get the original Tv out without mangling the cabinet? How does the new Tv hook to the antenna/cable/inverter box. Would appreciate any help. Thanks
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HAVE a like unit only Wink. In the right cabinet, on the forward wall are four or six wood screws, remove and remove the panel. Now you can access the strap over the top of the TV that holds it in place. Loosen the nut that holds the strap, this is really a tight fit getting into and your all but blind. Once loose the TV can be removed and it is heavy. The connection wire are all back there. To reinstall a new TV I fabricated a cover for the hole, but before screwed a T made of 2x4's and L brackets to the cabinetry to mount the hinged mount for the new TV.

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I will send you pictures of my 04 itasca sundancer and how we changed tbe way it is now with the 26" flat screen..... so much nicer. We even have storage space there too.
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Before you remove any wires and cables, go to the Winnebago website and download the wiring diagrams for your year, make and model MH. The tv cables will have color coded tape near the ends (red, green, blue, gold, etc). The wiring diagrams will also show the color codes.
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Old 12-01-2015, 03:19 PM   #5
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Thanks to all of you for your help. We have successfully removed the old Tv and are in the process of mounting a new flat screen. We have decided to get rid of the "routing" box since we aren't putting a Tv in the bedroom. This has made hooking up the Dvd player, Tv and cable hookup much simpler. Really appreciate the advice!!!!
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Thanks to all of you for your help. We have successfully removed the old Tv and are in the process of mounting a new flat screen. We have decided to get rid of the "routing" box since we aren't putting a Tv in the bedroom. This has made hooking up the Dvd player, Tv and cable hookup much simpler. Really appreciate the advice!!!!
Just curious, lindastrom ... Since you replaced a very old TV with a new flat screen, did you also find it necessary to replace the antenna on the rook? We have a 2004 Itasca Spirit and are considering a TV upgrade, too.
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The roof antenna will receive HDTV signals just fine. No need to upgrade unless it's already broken.
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My 2004 Itasca Sundancer modifications

Here is the way I put my TV in, the rear TV was built into the existing cabinet above the vanity, we close the door when not in use. Also, making the space below the vanity into a large hamper for extended traveling.
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