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Old 06-19-2019, 04:01 PM   #1
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The outside tv on my Sunseeker 3050 died. The new Jensen 32 12 volt TV is 3 thick. The old one was about 1 7/8 thick. The outside compartment where the TV mounts is at best 3.75. That makes the space for a TV mount about 3/4.
Any ideas? I havent found a wall mount at only 3/4.
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Old 06-20-2019, 06:53 PM   #2
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Use the existing mount. The TV half of it is industry standard and should fit all current sets.
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Use the existing mount. The TV half of it is industry standard and should fit all current sets.


Dont understand how thats helpful. Its a thickness problem.
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Old 06-21-2019, 11:01 AM   #4
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Swap the inside TV with your new outside TV.
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The mount for my outside TV is less than inch. The outside TV is a Furion and it fits just fine. The TV is 3⅛ “ at the widest point and as you can see in the picture below it has room to spare.
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Thank you. Thats what I decided.
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The mount for my outside TV is less than inch. The outside TV is a Furion and it fits just fine. The TV is 3⅛ at the widest point and as you can see in the picture below it has room to spare.


I see. Thanks for the clarification. My original mount is long gone. I added a swivel arm. It shrinks to 1.25. So I moved the old inside TV to the outside compartment. Fits great. Interesting fact the new TV by Jensen is thicker then the old one but its lighter.
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Good idea on the swivel. On our 3051 the viewing angle to the inside television was terrible.

Added a swivel at the end of the installed bracket - now we can angle toward the couch or dinette whichever we prefer.
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