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Old 05-08-2014, 07:55 AM   #1
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tv coaxial wiring diagram

I have 2014 Solara R. I am trying to get rear TV working using satellite. Does anyone have a wiring diagram of TV wiring? thanks
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Old 05-08-2014, 11:24 AM   #2
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Are you sure the rear tv coax ports are satellite ready?

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I am trying to locate where rear tv wire goes to. so I can split the signal coming out of a dish network vip 222 box which supports 2 tvs'
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I am trying to locate where rear tv wire goes to. so I can split the signal coming out of a dish network vip 222 box which supports 2 tvs'
You can use the park cable input for your Tailgater and connect the receiver to that input inside your unit and run another coax from the receiver coax out port to where you disconnected the park and that should give you sat at both tv's. The output to the tv's will be SD not HD (HDMI required for HD) but both tv's should be the same as if you were hooked to a park cable input to your rig. This of course is assuming that the split for the aft tv was after where the park cable terminated in the rig.
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thanks this the way I had my 5th wheel wired using a tripod dish. but now I have a roof mount winegard dome. a cable comes down from dome to front over door cabinet which feeds dish vip222 receiver. receiver feeds front TV via hdmi cable. now to feed back TV I have to find wire that feeds rear bed room. that wire will split off of receiver thru dp switch. some of the wires are wired thru the amplifier used for aerial. This will cause voltage problem if a wire is not removed from amplifier. there could be a splitter in a wall. I am trying to get a wiring diagram to see if a splitter or a possible back feed to amplifier exists. thank bill
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Old 05-08-2014, 09:13 PM   #6
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BC posted pdf's of the TV/Satellite wiring in the past. Try doing a search and you should be able to find them.
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thank you I will do that. bill
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Old 05-09-2014, 06:31 AM   #8
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This VERY simple wiring mod to the wall plate will allow you to use your existing wiring to route your Satellite signals throughout your camper.
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thank you for info. I purchased a pocket toner to trace wire to bedroom.
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We could use that diagram too! We were unable to get a signal inside our 24S from park furnished source. Had the park tech confirm signal to pedistall, thru our cable but when hooked up to coach, no pictue/sound on any source feed to tv. Air antenna works fine but unable to 'push' cable signal into coach. Any thoughts??

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