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Old 07-30-2018, 02:50 PM   #1
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King Jack antenna coaxial cables

While traveling last week, our antenna got torn off the roof and I see no sign of the coaxial cable coming from the inside of the roof. Does anyone know how the cable is routed? I have looked inside and all cables seem to be in place. My rig is 2016 Fleetwood, Expedition 38K.
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To many people forget to crank the antenna down before checking out of an RV park. Big mistake. It needs to be a top priority on the RViers to do list. As far as the cable route. Your going to have start at the TV hookup face plate inside your RV and follow the cable up to the roof. Because each RV is different. On Fleetwood it's usually somewhere on the passenger side.
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