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Old 01-12-2016, 08:52 PM   #31
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Woo hoo! Picking up my new 23RLSW on Thursday. Can't wait!

But it's basically going to sit until late April/early May. Boo hoo!

On the positive side of that, we will be able to take our time setting it up so it's ready when the time comes.

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Old 01-13-2016, 03:47 AM   #32
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Congrats Roger! Hope you enjoy yours we really like ours!

We are going camping again next weekend. But got it at the house today for the Rear view camera install and adding or tweaking a few things.
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Old 01-14-2016, 09:34 AM   #33
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rkresge, TxTwoSome, did either of you get the factory tv option in the living area? If not, is there a tv mount provided anyway.?


I did not order the tv option so I may or may not have to buy my own mount. Since the tv is inset into that built in area it looks like I would have to get a 2 piece mount with some sort of release lever or pull strap to be able to remove the tv easily if necessary.


Sure won't be easy access behind the tv to get to any bolts, etc. Wireman
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Old 01-14-2016, 03:08 PM   #34
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rkresge, TxTwoSome, did either of you get the factory tv option in the living area? If not, is there a tv mount provided anyway.?

I did not order the tv option so I may or may not have to buy my own mount. Since the tv is inset into that built in area it looks like I would have to get a 2 piece mount with some sort of release lever or pull strap to be able to remove the tv easily if necessary.

Sure won't be easy access behind the tv to get to any bolts, etc. Wireman
I don't have any idea what you would actually get if you don't order the TV option. I bought mine from dealer stock, and it came with a TV (mounted), and an extra mounting bracket for another TV that could be used outside. FYI, it's a custom mount made by a relatively small company. A TV mounted with this system is NOT going anywhere.

These TV mounting brackets fasten onto the back of a TV using a standard VESA mount. I forget the brand name, but there's a thread on here about them.

In order to take that TV outside you would have to a) dismount it, and b) disconnect all the cables from it. If you want to use a TV outside, you might be better off getting a separate TV just for that use.

I'm going to test my electronics tonight. Just brought the new TT home and parked it about 2 hours ago. I'm in love!

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Old 01-14-2016, 04:00 PM   #35
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Well I did not order or get the TV mount it did however include the mount for the outside.

I just used the stand that came with my 32" TV and I added some small straps over the legs with two screws.

The way the TV is recessed into the wall and the fact the slide comes all the way in the front of the TV I figure it is not going anywhere.

I did install the mount for outside on the back of TV easy to remove my straps and then just hang TV on provided mount on side of trailer.

I have never watched TV outside before but you never know I just might want to.
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rkresge, Congrat's on being a new owner. Probably another 8 weeks for me. I don't plan on moving the TV outside or moving it at all. Just going to be tricky finding the right mount to be able to get it mounted given the limited space and access to the rear. You didn't mention the company name. Do you have access to it so that I could research it. I may give Jayco a call for info also. Wireman
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rkresge, Congrat's on being a new owner. Probably another 8 weeks for me. I don't plan on moving the TV outside or moving it at all. Just going to be tricky finding the right mount to be able to get it mounted given the limited space and access to the rear. You didn't mention the company name. Do you have access to it so that I could research it. I may give Jayco a call for info also. Wireman
I just looked up the thread here on the Jayco Owners Forum. It's a KeBloc system made by L&W Engineering. Check out the thread here. I looked at the L&W website a couple of weeks ago, the KeBloc system looks pretty cool.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...ick-30248.html

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Just brought the new TT home and parked it about 2 hours ago. I'm in love!

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Nothing quite like the first time when you get a new one home! Hope ya'll enjoy it for years to come.
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rkresge, Thanks for the link to the website. Mounts look promising. I will also google to see what else out there.


I see they are in Middlebury Indiana so they must provide products to the RV companies. Wireman
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rkresge, just curious how your PDI went and if you had any issues to fix, minor or major?


I assume the Hemi handles it with ease. Wireman
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