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Old 06-14-2014, 11:14 AM   #11
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We only need one tv. We're supposed to be camping.lol although since we bought a motorhome, daughter says we're not camping, we're parking. Teens!!!!!
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Old 06-14-2014, 11:19 AM   #12
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I hooked into the HDMI jack for my front TV and ran a AV cable to the back TV down under the camper, so both TV have HD from the same dish receiver.

Watching HD TV in the deep woods of Door County WI as I type this. Running wifi from my iphone Hot Spot. Oh, what a life!!

My 211K remote even works from the bed, with the right bounce off the bathroom door.
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What park are you at? DW & I want to do a couple of days in DC with our new 3010
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Old 06-14-2014, 07:25 PM   #14
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What are you calling a power inserter?

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Old 06-14-2014, 10:21 PM   #15
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On the lnb using the newer SWM setup you need a device to power the lnb, somewhere on the coax between the dish and your receiver you install this little power supply box.
In our coach there a box with two coax connections and a jumper, I unhook the jumper and connect the inserter into whichever one you determine is coming From the dish. I believe it was the top connection if I recall.

If you're not on a system that uses SWM then this inserter may not be needed.

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Cleaned the inside, removed the food and swept and vacuumed the floor/carpet.

Low points and tanks drained and flushed.

Tire covers are on wheels blocked and stab jacks are down.

All I need do now is get a new tub of Damp Rid inside and we are good till sometime late September.
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Old 06-15-2014, 06:25 PM   #18
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Ahhhh I get it. Once I get the antenna figured out I will have to do all this before I can watch tv. Lmao
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Cleaned the inside, removed the food and swept and vacuumed the floor/carpet.

Low points and tanks drained and flushed.

Tire covers are on wheels blocked and stab jacks are down.

All I need do now is get a new tub of Damp Rid inside and we are good till sometime late September.
This sounds like you are putting the camper in storage till Sept. Bet you got a really nice trip planned or something. Hope it's that good and not something bad.
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We stayed at Frontier Wilderness

Home

Great Campground. Not too many $$$ A few mosquitoes, but not sure how you would avoid that up north.

Nice Site, very woodsy. Not on top of one another.
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