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Old 10-08-2012, 06:14 PM   #43
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Took a trip last weekend and the ride was so nice with the rear sway bar being swapped out. Still have a little sway so I ordered my front sway bar and should be in this week. I will have it on before my trip to Endless Caverns Campground in Luray Virginia. First trip to the mountains so should be a fun drive.

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Old 10-08-2012, 06:58 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Dfreiberger View Post
I can watch the DVD fine through the surround sound but cannot get the DVD to the rear TV. Nor can I get the TV to play through the surround sound.

My MH has HDMI from TV to the Sony. It also has Red/yellow/whitecables from the Sony to the TV Video Input.

If anyone knows the exact routing of thecables and which functions the swtch box needs to be in would be a big help.
I would be interested in seeing a wireing diagram of how to get the surround sound from the TV also.


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Old 10-09-2012, 05:43 AM   #45
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when we bought our 2012 Tioga, the fellow giving us the walkaround said that since they use HDMI cables instead of coax, the DVD playere did not go through the selection box. So it would only play through the front tv. If the back tv is needed for dvd, one would have to buy a cheap dvd player and put it in the bedroom.

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