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Old 08-24-2019, 09:37 PM   #1
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Outside Television, 3050S

I have a 2018 Sunseeker 3050S. I have never used the outdoor television. Does it connect at all with anything on the inside? It doesn't seem to. I would love it if you could get things up and running on the inside, and just mirror it on the outside. Like a baseball game. Will I have to reconnect my satellite to a USB port in the outside TV if I want to watch my hapless Mariners in public?

And - does the TV move at all? I don't want to break it looking for USB ports.

Mark Haffner
2019 Sunseeker 3050 SE
(30' with one long slideout, Ford E450 chassis)
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Old 08-28-2019, 10:54 AM   #2
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The only thing it connects to inside is the 12 volt power and the TV/cable connection. There should be an unused HDMI port on the TV but you do your own mods to use it.

To remove the TV hold on to top left and bottom right corners. Apply a firm upward force as you gently rock the TV using your hands. It will then slide up out of the mount. There are several different friction wall mounts but this one below is popular. Some use “pegs” that slide into a groove.
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