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Old 05-25-2016, 03:35 PM   #1
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Ok, I'm feeling pretty stupid right now (Coax Input)?

I've looked and looked and looked and can't find anything that remotely resembles an exterior coaxial cable or satellite input. Am I missing something?? Its a 317RLOK.
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Old 05-25-2016, 03:50 PM   #2
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Some of the smaller trailer had that as an option... Never heard of a large trailer not having CABLE TV connection.

My fifth wheel has it on the drivers side at the rear of the trailer just beyond the slide out...

Looks like a TELEPHONE company lid with two TV "F" connectors when you raise the lid...



Mine is right next to the Shore power Cable connection point which is also under a lid...

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Old 05-25-2016, 03:53 PM   #3
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Look in water hook up area (look up it is in there) above water controllers trust me
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Some of the smaller trailer had that as an option... Never heard of a large trailer not having CABLE TV connection.

My fifth wheel has it on the drivers side at the rear of the trailer just beyond the slide out...

Looks like a TELEPHONE company lid with two TV "F" connectors when you raise the lid...



Mine is right next to the Shore power Cable connection point which is also under a lid...

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Nope. I have a brown one on the passenger side but it's a 110 outlet. The output in the main TV area has a Aux/Sat output as well. Did they forget to install it?
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Old 05-25-2016, 04:04 PM   #5
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Well they SURE don't make it obvious! I remember now that the guy who did my walk thru mentioned that. ugh
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My 06 Seneca has it in the sanitary bay.
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Don't feel bad we took ours out for the first time last week and discovered the ceiling fan not working.( it worked at home) so I tried everything I can think of came to conclusion either wire is off switch or off fan so I kept harping on it .Then the wife called the dealer explained situation they said to check GFI located on island sure enogh it came on thank GOD now I hear the story over and over..So that goes to show you to check the simpliest things first have a nice day Me
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Ours is pretty obvious on the outside off door side rear;

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Some of the smaller trailer had that as an option... Never heard of a large trailer not having CABLE TV connection.

My fifth wheel has it on the drivers side at the rear of the trailer just beyond the slide out...

Looks like a TELEPHONE company lid with two TV "F" connectors when you raise the lid...



Mine is right next to the Shore power Cable connection point which is also under a lid...

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Mine is in the same place, but with no lid. And both the coax connections, cable and sat, and the shore power connection are right under the roof gutter drain. Water drips there all the time. Poor location IMHO.
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Ours is pretty obvious on the outside off door side rear;

And those little rubber covers get brittle and break off then no cover. I found a screw on cap that I use when the coax isn't connected to keep crud out of the connectors. And the cable input is never used so that cap stays on all the time.

I did have a bad connector in my sat in connection last year when I was boondocking. Sooooo, I removed the connector from the cable in and used it on the sat in. I now have spares.
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