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Old 07-31-2015, 10:16 AM   #171
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When I do a search for CJhstn and review his posts it looks like he is all set now...
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Old 07-31-2015, 10:25 AM   #172
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Check this thread out for the number of the guy to call and you'll have a new radio with in 3 or 4 days.
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Old 07-31-2015, 10:33 AM   #173
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What are you using for a source?

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Bob, while I've got your ear, my new iRV 66 has a problem with the front HDMI input. It will cut off all signals for about three or four seconds, then reconnect and work properly for several minutes or hours. What's wrong with it?

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Old 07-31-2015, 10:47 AM   #174
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Not limited to Forest River products

I just read all 170 posts in this thread with great interest.
This problem is not limited to Forest River products. We traded our Palomino in for a 2015Keystone Outback Terrain 245TBH at the end of May. It came with the iRV33. We were excited with the three speaker zones and all the features the audio/video system came with.
However, it was not long and we noticed the speakers would cut out. At first we thought it was a timer on the radio... read the really vague manual and could not find anything about a timer.
Then thought maybe it was the amp overheating as the unit is installed in a closed cabinet. We turned it off and after a while it would come back on. But then would again cut out.
Then sometimes we would turn it on and it would not output sound to the speakers at all right off the get go. Then other days it would work uninterupted all day... on July 4th no one wanted to shut it off for fear it would not work again... so we slept with the radio on!
Lately it has not worked at all and after finding another shorter thread on here I realized we had a defective unit.
Service at our dealer has cleared ordering a new radio for us... I just hope it is one from the manufact with the fix in it!
Thanks for all the great info. I am going to share the link to this thread on Outbackers.com.
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Old 07-31-2015, 11:04 AM   #175
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If you have an irv66 radio call this guy and they will replace your ragging.
Todd Eash
574-970-8287


Very nice person. State your issue and which model radio you have. he will get your shipping address, phone number and a credit card number to secure the core. They will ship new stereo to you with a return shipping label. Send back old stereo to avoid getting charged for it once you have new one in.
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Old 07-31-2015, 11:09 AM   #176
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Call Todd Eash 574-970-8287 with Patrick Industies. He knows all about the problems with these stereos and can ship you out a new one. Good luck
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Old 07-31-2015, 11:21 AM   #177
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Here is the link to Outbackers.com thread I just started: Irv Radio Problems - Outback RV Owners Forum
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Old 07-31-2015, 12:46 PM   #178
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What are you using for a source?
Bob, my source is my DirecTv HR24 DVR receiver connected to the front HDMI input of the iRV 66.

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Old 08-04-2015, 09:19 AM   #179
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RV companies using iRV radios

Here is an exchange I had with RVTronics on FB:

Ken: How many different manufacturers have your radio in them? Perhaps a shout out to them is in order as well.
Like July 31 at 11:20am

RVTronics.com: We here at RVTronics are a retailer that sells to the aftermarket so we don't know all the RV manufacturers who use iRV systems since those are not sold or coordinated by us. We try and help iRV owners however they got their systems!
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Old 08-04-2015, 10:03 AM   #180
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Yes they do ship to Canada, but you have to pay duty on it. Still beats getting a replacement from your dealer and reciving an old new stock radio with the same problems.
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