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WalkTheWalk 08-01-2021 10:46 AM

'19 Coachmen Pursuit 27 - Mystery AUX1 AUX2 switches
 
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In a prior wordy post, I explained all the issues with audio video cables. We sorted most of that out.

What remains are these two switches, AUX1 and AUX2 located on the main switch panel at the door, below the PARK TV ANT switch.

At first, we thought they might be related to the two 12V batteries, but apparently its for TV video hookups? Maybe sat TV?

Maybe related is a coax connector and three 14 gauge wires with female spade connectors, buried in the nearby LR overhead cabinet by the bunk control.

We have suspected as 2nd owner that a video control center was never turned over but can't prove it. Maybe it came this way as a "plain Jane" from the dealer.

There's a sealed rough-in plate on the roof, for a sat antenna perhaps?

With so little info, adding satellite TV, like a DISH unit, becomes not a fun DIY project, but an expensive Camping World service visit.

Let me know what you know, if you know.

See pic of switches.

spinroch 08-01-2021 11:03 AM

They might not be connected to anything. Can you access the back of the panel and see? You would be much better off finding someone who is good with electrical than going to Camping World for this issue.

Kayakist 08-04-2021 01:43 PM

On my 2021 Pursuit the top blue button boosts the roof top antenna signal for the TV and Radios. I don't the the second button.



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Originally Posted by WalkTheWalk (Post 5855812)
In a prior wordy post, I explained all the issues with audio video cables. We sorted most of that out.

What remains are these two switches, AUX1 and AUX2 located on the main switch panel at the door, below the PARK TV ANT switch.

At first, we thought they might be related to the two 12V batteries, but apparently its for TV video hookups? Maybe sat TV?

Maybe related is a coax connector and three 14 gauge wires with female spade connectors, buried in the nearby LR overhead cabinet by the bunk control.

We have suspected as 2nd owner that a video control center was never turned over but can't prove it. Maybe it came this way as a "plain Jane" from the dealer.

There's a sealed rough-in plate on the roof, for a sat antenna perhaps?

With so little info, adding satellite TV, like a DISH unit, becomes not a fun DIY project, but an expensive Camping World service visit.

Let me know what you know, if you know.

See pic of switches.



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