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Old 09-03-2012, 01:52 PM   #11
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I usually carry an extra length of RG cable and a power splitter with a short RG cable on the input of it. I usually just hook this up to the pedestal and connect my regular cable TV hookup to one side and then run the extension under the trailer to sitting area. Works out great for us...
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Old 09-03-2012, 02:06 PM   #12
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Now that we know what is what I have never seen them on t/t. seen them on 5th wheels. Don't have one on ours.
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Old 09-03-2012, 02:19 PM   #13
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On my 330rlts I made brackets to go on the factory outside grill rails for my tv and installed a exterior jack just below bbq grill rails along bottom trailer skirt and ran coax wire up to front compartment of trailer where I ran wire up into cabinet where my bedroom tv hookup is and just ran a split connection,now I can watch tv from outside trailer and it is under awning to protect it.I have no intention of cooking on the outdoor grill in that location anyway , I would rather get a bumper mount grill
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On my 330rlts I made brackets to go on the factory outside grill rails for my tv and installed a exterior jack just below bbq grill rails along bottom trailer skirt and ran coax wire up to front compartment of trailer where I ran wire up into cabinet where my bedroom tv hookup is and just ran a split connection,now I can watch tv from outside trailer and it is under awning to protect it.I have no intention of cooking on the outdoor grill in that location anyway , I would rather get a bumper mount grill
I made a table for just the same place using the bracket made to attach to the grill rail. When I install my tv wall mounts in both the bedroom and the bunkhouse, I plan on installing one tv onto the wall mount without removing the tv base. The one wall mount I bought allows easy removal of the tv from the mount, then just slide it back in. This way, I just remove from the wall mount, take outside and put on the table, then when I'm done just slide it back into the wall mount.
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Old 09-03-2012, 07:11 PM   #15
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My '06 23b had one. Unless I just have not noticed it yet my 2013 26 rls does not.
Unless they forgot to install the cable connection, your cable hook-up is on the driver's side near the city water and black tank flusher. It has a white plastic cover over it.
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On my 330rlts I made brackets to go on the factory outside grill rails for my tv and installed a exterior jack just below bbq grill rails along bottom trailer skirt and ran coax wire up to front compartment of trailer where I ran wire up into cabinet where my bedroom tv hookup is and just ran a split connection,now I can watch tv from outside trailer and it is under awning to protect it.I have no intention of cooking on the outdoor grill in that location anyway , I would rather get a bumper mount grill
Been wanting to do the same thing. Where did you find the brackets to make the shelf for the tv? I have looked online, in catalogs and in rv stores and I can not find the part.
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Pics would be nice
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That's what is great about a lot of the 5th wheelers we have been looking at. A lot of them have a place for an outside tv and all the hookups. It is football season now and we can't travel without the satellite. lol
I guess that is what we call "roughing it!"
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