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Old 07-28-2014, 09:51 AM   #1
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Question Using TV With Outside Wall Mount

Hi All ,

Have the MicroLite 21 FBRS. How do I use the TV outside. I know to remove and hang on the outside wall mount but where/how to wire cable and electricity? Do I need to remove the wires inside the cabin and bring outside? I have an electrical outlet outside below the wall mount so I assume that's where you plug the TV in. The only other connection outside is a fitting for connecting the incoming cable when supplied by the campground. How does the DVD player inside the cabin get connected to the TV outside? I'm confused. The salesman made everything seem so easy. Please help.

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Old 07-28-2014, 01:58 PM   #2
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I would consider getting another coax cable to use on the outside especially if yours is folded and attached to the trailer on the inside. TV plugs into the cable jack an plug neat the TV mount. You will get an amplified signal from the antenna but I believe only sound through the TV and no access to the DVD unless your setup is different from my Roo.
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