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Old 05-27-2008, 09:06 PM   #111
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There is a plastic trim around the unit that pulls off the unit, after you pull it it off you will see some phillips screws, remove them , the system will pull out, wires will be accessible, if you want to remove the whole unit, unplug the plugs and rca jacks.
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Old 05-27-2008, 09:19 PM   #112
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there is a trim ring around the unit like he said but there is two slots at the bottom to put a flat screw driver in to pop the trim off. then remove the screws.
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Old 05-27-2008, 09:23 PM   #113
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thanks for your help we will give it a try when we go back up next weekend, it helps to be able to ask someone that has already dealt with the issue, and by the sounds of the concertone forums, everyone seems to have one or more issues with this set up...we have already had to replace the monitor with a tv,but the speakers will be a nice addition...thanks
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Let us know how it goes!!! What model do you have?
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I am not sure what model I have, we are on a permanent site and try to get up there most weekends, so I will check the model number when we go back up in another week, I will let you know how it all turns out, and once again thank you for your responses. Who said camping was relaxing...lol we do love to camp, and these are small things that we dont get really bothered by. Its just nice to be able to have the knowledge behind you once you do tackle a project..Ill be sure and let you know the outcome..
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I am not sure what model I have, we are on a permanent site and try to get up there most weekends, so I will check the model number when we go back up in another week, I will let you know how it all turns out, and once again thank you for your responses. Who said camping was relaxing...lol we do love to camp, and these are small things that we dont get really bothered by. Its just nice to be able to have the knowledge behind you once you do tackle a project..Ill be sure and let you know the outcome..
I am sorry, I meant model of your trailer, LOL
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Old 05-29-2008, 08:43 AM   #117
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is the jensen the same size as concertone
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so used to talking about the concertone, didnt give any other model number a thought..we have the 8296ss, love the lay out of the TT, I do however feel the reason that it was traded in so new is because of alot of the little things that we have had to fix so far,,nothing major, but there have been quite a few and I kinda feel that may be the reason for the trade. We are so far away from the dealer that it doesnt pay to have it taken back, its a blessing that hubby is able to do the repairs,,he doesnt however like the electronics end of things, so we just keep trying to eliminate the problems as we go..
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so used to talking about the concertone, didnt give any other model number a thought..we have the 8296ss, love the lay out of the TT, I do however feel the reason that it was traded in so new is because of alot of the little things that we have had to fix so far,,nothing major, but there have been quite a few and I kinda feel that may be the reason for the trade. We are so far away from the dealer that it doesnt pay to have it taken back, its a blessing that hubby is able to do the repairs,,he doesnt however like the electronics end of things, so we just keep trying to eliminate the problems as we go..
Gotcha, I think when all the small things are repaired , and you finally get to camp and relax, you will love that trailer, it is a very nice model.

Any questions, dont hesitate to ask, the folks on this forum are very helpful, keep us updated and happy camping!!!

PS I bet your Husband loves to fix those things, cause after they are fixed by you, there is no better feeling.
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first, the jensen system is a different size. it is wider and shorter. i have good news the "new" concertone arrived today. finally! i put it in tonight and it works!!!!!!!!!! we were told that they have a different manufacture making the internal components. all the other units i got had been all repaired and you could tell. this unit is brand new and works good. at least right now. i will post if it changes. my dealer received 10 of these units today. everyone should demand a new "improved unit". i hope everyone else can get their units straightened out.
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