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Old 02-04-2020, 06:26 PM   #1
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I just bought a used 2014 Jayco Eagle 298 rlds. There is no manuals for the TV or the dvd player. I think one controls the other. Where is the best place to get this info.?
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Old 02-04-2020, 06:55 PM   #2
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Welcome to JOF swaggerstick. Everything’s subject to the prior owner swapping out the original for better stuff. In our 2014 Eagle, the radio and Tv we’re independent but TV sound could be routed thru the stereo with the push of a few buttons. Are there separate remotes? I’d start with the TV on and stereo off - sound should come thu the tv speakers. Once the TVs up n running, turn on the stereo and try tunning a radio station. Once you know the radio side works, press the aux button until tv sound comes thru speakers. Full disclosure, I can’t remember what the stereo looked like on the Eagle.
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I got sound from the TV. The Jensen Stereo does not seem to turn on. Does it have a stand alone power supply? Thanks for any info.
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The stereo would be 12v power via connections behind the unit. Check for any blown 12v fuse in the main panel before pulling the stereo. Pulling the stereo is easy - 4 screws, one in each corner of the face plate.
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I will check that out . TY
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Is the electric panel hidden in the end table between the 2 recliners?
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Not certain but “hidden in the table between recliners” would not be my first thought. It should be very visible - look for a 12” x 12” (approx) black panel under the fridge or oven. The door is a press to open panel behind which, you’ll find several automotive style spade fuses.
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It was under the oven like you said but I have not taken the time to do anything about it. It is too cold to mess with it. Thanks for steering me the right direction
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This has been resolved. Thanks to those that gave me their ideas.
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