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Old 06-04-2015, 07:41 PM   #1
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Need to run new TV coax

Just purchased a satellite system and, like others, my on board coax will not support the satellite. Can anyone help with ideas to run new coax? I have a 32 ft Class C with the entertainment center over the cab, no bunk there. The system works great with the coax provided with the new dish run through a window. I just don't want to do that forever.

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Forgot to mention in original post. My external cable hookup is in the rear most compartment on the driver's side.

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Old 06-06-2015, 11:41 AM   #3
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I just addressed the same type of problem in my Gulfstream. I ran a coax concealed in the corner behind existing trim down to floor level, under the door sill plate on passenger side, thru an existing rubber plug in body and along chassis into first compartment on passenger side and mounted connector there. I could not in any way make the unit work with existing coax, just not enough signal strength. Cable routing for yours will probably be different. This is one of those times to sit back with a cold adult beverage of your choice and think about routing. I'm positive you'll find a way, just takes a little thought.
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Mine is also a Gulfstream
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Since you are adding a dish (portable or mounted?) run a new coax, leave the old one in place. Class C come in underneath, thru the firewall perhaps, up the windshield column behind the trim, into your overhead. Buy a spliter / selector box and then you have both worlds still operational.
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