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Old 09-14-2017, 06:43 PM   #1
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Overhead tv

Does anyone know how to bypass outlet on the overhead tv in a Baystar? When there is passengers it would be nice that they could enjoy tv while on the road.
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Welcome to forum.
Sorry I can't help you.

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Does anyone know how to bypass outlet on the overhead tv in a Baystar? When there is passengers it would be nice that they could enjoy tv while on the road.
If you did figure out how to bypass the safety, you might open yourself up to some legal issues if there was ever an accident. I don't know that, but maybe.
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