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Old 06-15-2015, 06:49 PM   #11
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Thank very much for the pic, they will help!

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Old 06-15-2015, 07:00 PM   #12
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This is a hard question to answer as the wiring layout is different from model to model. What may be applicable to the Georgetown may not be the same as the Sunseeker. Best bet is to follow the coax from the rear to the A/V section. Look to see what the destination device is. In some units there is a distribution box that switches the TV from source to source (Cable to DVD to Antenna). The coax line to the park cable input is not powered as the source provides that (i.e. Cable). Simple way is run it through the window. If you really want to do it... The Sat receiver is the middle man in that line from the park cable to the front. I have not used the park cable option at a campground as it usually is a horrible signal. I take the 10 minutes to setup the sat receiver (with the assistance of my lovely wife and my friend Jack Daniels). The park cable line goes to the sat receiver at the entertainment center and then the preferred cables to the TV (i.e. composite, coax or HDMI)...

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