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Old 07-20-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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Coax cable connection

2001 XL3550, anyone trace out where the cable connection in the left rear basement where the shore power cord is, goes to in the tv cabinet? I've tried all the cables and can't get a signal from my satellite dish.
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That cable connection in the rear of the motorhome is for cable TV. I had to run a separate cable for my SAT dish in my 2003 Aerbus.
My motorhome was pre-wired for an optional roof SAT dish. There was no provision for an external portable dish. The cable from the roof dish option was in the storage compartment above the driver side dash along with the cable that goes to the switch box in the entertainment center. This compartment was were the SAT Receiver was suppose to go.
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Thanks after going through everything I figured I would build it in like I did my 5th wheel.
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