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Old 12-12-2015, 09:42 AM   #21
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rkresge, I'm thinking that Jayco is hopefully making this a standard item in this floor plan now.


I called the Jayco factory yesterday to verify my thoughts but had to leave a voice mail and no one has returned my call. Hopefully they will next week. This may not be a big a deal to some, but for us it is almost a necessity. Wireman
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Old 12-12-2015, 09:53 AM   #22
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rkresge, I'm thinking that Jayco is hopefully making this a standard item in this floor plan now.


I called the Jayco factory yesterday to verify my thoughts but had to leave a voice mail and no one has returned my call. Hopefully they will next week. This may not be a big a deal to some, but for us it is almost a necessity. Wireman
Frankly this is *not* something that would be all that hard to add ourselves. I've also talked about it with my lovely bride, and it's not something that would be all that interesting for us. We plan to use the entertainment center in the living area for TV watching, or even the outside TV mount. Plus, at night we're more likely to be watching movies using a DVD. We may never actually hook up to a campground's cable TV service (if any), for that matter. But that's just us.

I also have a small 13" TV/DVD player from our old TT that we could easily mount in the bedroom, without cable hookup, if it seems like it's something we really want.

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Just got a 2017 23RLSW like yours. A model year apart, but prolly not much difference. 2005 Ford F150 5.4L 3V 3:73 rear end with supercharger and racing tranny oil pan. How does she pull with your rig? Was pulling an 8000lb Keystone Cougar with difficulty on long climbs but the 2017 23RLSW seems to be much friendlier. We had a 2003 Jayco Kiwi Too which was a tad lighter but much more in the towing profile as the Feather. Running a little warmer with the 91+ octane tune and Whipple SC. Getting some knocking at higher altitudes during warmer summer temps while towing but not a peep around town.
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Old 09-19-2017, 09:40 PM   #24
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Wireman our 23RLSW does not have a coax or 110v plug set up for TV in the bedroom.
Our 2016 23rlsw has coax and 110v plug set up for TV in the bedroom but I'd prefer a 110v outlet near the bed for clock or small lamp since overhead LEDs are very bright.
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