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Old 05-31-2021, 11:44 AM   #1
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Coax outdoor input

I purchased a 2004 Newmar Scottsdale 3201 and I'm in the process of re-furbishing it and bring up to todays standards as much as I can. I just finished the solar and now working on the Audio Visual components.

It appears as though the coach relied on the roof top satellite, DVD and roof top "Off the air" local signals. I can't find any "Park Cable" input. ANYONE KNOW IF THERE IS ONE AND IF SO WHERE IS IT?????? [/U]

I get the feeling that a bought a newmar orphan. Hard to find a solid tech info on the "Scottsdale" model.
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From the owners manual.

Cable & Telephone Jack
An exterior cable jack and receptacle may be features on this coach. If
installed, these may be located in an outside storage compartment. Another
feature on this coach is the telephone hook up. This would allow the user to
connect the coach to a telephone cable, if the park is so equipped. This feature
includes the connector for the incoming telephone line and two telephone jacks
inside the coach. As an option, an extra interior telephone jack may be added.
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Old 05-31-2021, 01:19 PM   #3
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Newmar’s brochure for the 2004 Scottsdale includes this:

“• Cable TV Connection with RG 6 Coax“

Most of these types of connections are located in the electrical bay so that the TV cable can use the same interior/exterior pass-through as the electric cable. Look for a connection there. It may be in what appears to be a weatherproof electrical box.

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I know every manufacturer is different but our coach is of the same vintage and ours is located in the same exterior compartment as the power cord.
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The newer Newmar coaches are still putting it in the power cord bay. It's a duplex outlet box with a solid cover and two connections. One Cable and one Sat connection.
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