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Old 02-23-2017, 04:10 PM   #1
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HDMI connection with Furrion LED TV

I have a new 2017 24RBS with the 32" Furrion TV in a cabinet set up and below that the Furrion DV 3200. My question is I want to connect a Roku or something similar so I can watch Netflix, but I cannot seem to see an HDMI connection. I cannot even figure out how the TV pulls away from the wall to look at the back.

Has anyone tried to connect an HDMI cable out there.

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Old 02-23-2017, 04:35 PM   #2
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The manual for the TV should have a diagram that shows what inputs it has on the back. If it does have a HDMI you may be able to locate it by touch once you know where it is and plug in a cable without removing the TV.
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Old 02-23-2017, 05:54 PM   #3
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If your TV uses the same bracket as ours, and you can reach up behind it, there will be a metal tab that releases the bottom of TV (when pressed). Once the bottom is released, then it can be lifted off of the bracket that stays on the wall. If our trailer wasn't in the storage lot, I would check for the HDMI inputs on ours. Good luck and keep us posted on your progress.
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Old 02-23-2017, 06:07 PM   #4
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Mine has a fabric strip to pull down on to swing out.
HDMI2 & HDMI3 inputs are on the left side just behind the on board power and volume buttons.
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After you find the HDMI on the Furrion, if there is one, you will probably want to replace it because they are not the best quality television made.

We replaced ours with a smart Samsung as soon as I heard the tinny sounding speakers.

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Old 02-23-2017, 06:32 PM   #6
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After you find the HDMI on the Furrion, if there is one, you will probably want to replace it because they are not the best quality television made.

We replaced ours with a smart Samsung as soon as I heard the tinny sounding speakers.

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I got a sound bar.
Television picture is pretty good.
Agree on the speakers.
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Hope this pic helps.
Shows latch and HDMI ports.
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I got a sound bar.
Television picture is pretty good.
Agree on the speakers.
I agree about the picture quality. It's pretty good IMO. I run the sound through the audio system, not the TV speakers. I believe the TV has 3 HDMI ports.
Like yours, mine also has a fabric lock release strap that hangs down behind the right hand side of the TV

That being said, the Furrion DV system is junk.
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I got a sound bar.
Television picture is pretty good.
Agree on the speakers.
2nd on sound bar! Makes a huge difference.
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I have a new 2017 24RBS with the 32" Furrion TV in a cabinet set up and below that the Furrion DV 3200. My question is I want to connect a Roku or something similar so I can watch Netflix, but I cannot seem to see an HDMI connection. I cannot even figure out how the TV pulls away from the wall to look at the back.

Has anyone tried to connect an HDMI cable out there.

Thanks
Iím having a similar problem finding the HDMI port to hook up an Apple TV. My tv is mounted on a swivel bracket to rotate within the cabinet to turn around to watch in the bedroom. I canít find any fabric straps as another person mentioned. Is yours on the swivel bracket?
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