What we did to get going and haven't changed it since was to put the slitter at the pedestal and route the second long RG cable under the trailer to the patio area. Then just plug it into the TV when we setup outside.
We just sit the HDTV on a table. I didn't like the idea of making a permanent mount on the outside of the trailer as if a local storm comes up I wanted to able to get the HDTV inside before it got damp or wet. I suspect the HDTV would not like getting damp or wet... Also if it was mounted on the side of the trailer what do you do if everyone walks away from the trailer to go to the bath room or whatever. When you come back the HDTV will be gone.
My game plan was to mount it inside the storage bay compartment so I could quickly swing it inside and close the storage bay door and lock up before leaving the area...
Just my thoughts on it...
Roy and Carolyn
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