Originally Posted by jrlebaron
Does anyone have an idea where the wires for the outlet in the front compartment originate from? My electronics in that comparment keep cutting out. Also effects the tv in the bedroom. Thanks Jim
Under the main TV where the DVD player and switch box is located is where all the cables for the entertainment system originate. They are barred in the wall. If you remove the screws on the inside right wall wall of the top shelf of the cabinet you will find the main cable routes and splitters.
Back in the bedroom the TV is in the wardrobe slide. Remove the bottom right drawer and under that is where the connections for the TV come into the slide.
On my rig the co-ax in the wardrobe was not connected. It was pushed together and taped but not screwed tight. This caused a malfunction in the bedroom TV.
I would also check the switch box in the entertainment center. Make sure it is connected and getting power.
Can you determine if the problem is electrical 120Volt or coax related? Perhaps plug a test light into the entertainment center and see if it winks out. The only way the coax signal is tied to the electrical system is that electricity is needed for the switch box.
The electric for the TV and switch box comes from the inverter. The outlets on the wardrobe slide are also supplied by the inverter. If you have something like an electric heater or curling iron plugged this could cause a problem.
Somethings to go on.