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Old 04-20-2011, 07:56 PM   #1
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External satellite connections on 2011 Georgetown 350

So I just bought the in motion portable VuQube satellite. I believe this will work better for me as many campgrounds we frequent have tree coverage that would block a roof mounted sat. This one has a 50 foot cable that I can move around at the campground but also mount to a ladder while on the move. My question is whether I can use the 2 cable outlets in the storage compartments to run my sat. My old Class C had both a sat and cable hookup in the rear compartment. Any advice appreciated.

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Old 04-20-2011, 11:22 PM   #2
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The cable connection in the rear is where you will have to hook up to. The cable connection in the side storage is not an is an output so you can hook a tv up to it ...that is why there is an a/c plug in the compartment.
I ran 2 connections (so we can use a DVR) sat reciever combo...I ran them from under the hood up the moulding on the side of the windshield and then into the top storage cabinet where I will have the sat reciever. That still leaves my cable input available should we be in a park with cable. We can not use the cube because we have Star Choice but I set up a dish..only takes a few minuetes..Hope I have been of help. We have a 2011 Georgetown 360.
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