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Old 05-15-2012, 10:33 PM   #11
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Ah so.... Thanks for looking. Win some lose some hehe...

I just cant image why JAYCO would not wire the trailer up for TV connections. Especially since they have included most of the inside TV wiring already.

Learn something everyday here...

Must be something JAYCO does alot as a couple of others on here are saying the same thing.
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Old 05-16-2012, 12:10 PM   #12
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Just a way of saving a dollar, I suppose. At least I know the TV antenna and radio work.
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Old 09-17-2012, 07:09 AM   #13
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Solution for cable in Swift SLX - I had another forum member send me pics on what he did and that got me rolling.

Basically ran about 35 ft of cut cable - started with feeding through shore power hole ( use Velcro tie to keep secure to power cord so will not fall back in housing when putting power cord back up). Ran and secured wire all ling bench seats and behind water tank and made small hole in bottom corner where floor hits seem of front camper wall. Ran along that seem and back through small hole to other side (side with kitchen and counter space for tv). Then ran under that bench with small hole coming out by door and ran under door finish panel ramp. I then spliced ends and put on cable connectors (used cable without ends so would be thinner to run through camper and smaller holes to drill). Only place you can really see is stretch that runs across floor seem at front floor of camper but with table up or bed made you cannot even see. Still looks fine even if you can see. I then purchased 25ft cord to connect outside to my cord in shore power housing - will just attach when wanting to hook up cable. Pretty simple altogether.
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Old 09-21-2012, 12:09 PM   #14
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I would suggest you send and email to Jayco Customer Support on their website. Include your Jayco serial number and ask them to email you the cable installation-TV diagram. They have send me numerous items and diagrams I have requested by email for my 2005 Granite Ridge, quite quickly and without charge.

Just what I would do.
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