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Old 09-28-2015, 07:25 PM   #1
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How to feed antenna wires?

Searched this forum and another forum for hours and can't find exactly what I need to know. I'd like to add a Wifi Ranger antenna on the roof and run the wires along the same path as the (non-used) existing pre-wire for satellite dish. My research indicates they do not use conduit for the satellite pre-wire so just pushing the antenna wire in will not make it follow the same path. I know the pre-wire is under the dummy roof vent but it appears that in order to access (from the inside) where the satellite pre-wire enters the coach from the roof it is necessary to remove the interior overhead cabinet ceiling panel (ie. inside the cabinet). Does anyone know if this is correct AND how the heck do you get that panel off? Looks like there are two square head screws in the front of it but I'm worried they might actually be holding up the whole cabinet. Also there are other trim pieces around the perimeter inside the cabinet that appear to be stapled on. Do I need to pry those off? Hoping someone has done / explored this already. Thanks.

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Old 09-29-2015, 08:21 AM   #2
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behind that little white box the amplifier is were the colxs come in don't think you have to remove the cabinets that's my experience win I had to install my sat we poll the colxa trhu there hope this helps
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