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Old 03-26-2014, 06:15 PM   #1
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Televisions in Winnebago 24J

Has anyone had a swing arm added to the TV above the front door? Also has anyone put a larger screen television in the rear bed area?
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Old 03-27-2014, 06:56 AM   #2
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Yes. We had a Phoenix cruiser 2350 which is similar to your RV. We added a bracket and TV in the bedroom area that was larger them what they came with and we also got a TV with a built in DVD player on the TV as we like to bring movies from home in case we can't pick up any TV stations where we are camping. My hubby found a really nice smaller swing out bracket on line at Wal-Mart. The stores had them but this one was more compact and did a nice job.
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I haven't put a swing arm mount on the TV above the door because that doesn't really seem necessary to me, but I did install a larger TV in back, I used a 24" model and there was even a little room to spare, maybe could have even gone larger.
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I also put a larger (24") TV in the rear. Purchased a Samsung that was powered by a wall wart that supplied 14VDC (24" was largest I found with a 14VDC input). Got a DC cord for it and now have TV in the bedroom when we are boondocking without running an inverter. I mounted it by bolting it through it's base but I'm adding a small swing arm which I'll tighten in place so it's sturdier as I don't think the base will hold forever.

Here's the one I got for $12.99 on Amazon. As well built as the $25-$40 ones I looked at.
VideoSecu Articulating Arm TV Wall Mount
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I also put a larger (24") TV in the rear. Purchased a Samsung that was powered by a wall wart that supplied 14VDC (24" was largest I found with a 14VDC input). Got a DC cord for it and now have TV in the bedroom when we are boondocking without running an inverter. I mounted it by bolting it through it's base but I'm adding a small swing arm which I'll tighten in place so it's sturdier as I don't think the base will hold forever.

Here's the one I got for $12.99 on Amazon. As well built as the $25-$40 ones I looked at.
VideoSecu Articulating Arm TV Wall Mount
That is actually the same bracket that we used accept I think we paid a little bit more but it did the job perfectly.
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The 28" Insignia (Best Buy) fits in the rear of the 24J, views like a home theater back there. On sale now for $159 and best of all... it runs on 12 volts!
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