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Old 08-15-2016, 10:41 PM   #1
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Outside tv?

Our 2017 Roo 233s came with an outside tv mount. Great! Camping this weekend, I thought I would try it out.

All of the TV cables are zip tied to the mount inside. Additionally, the power cord looks like it goes inside a hole in the cabinet where the mount is and then comes back out to plug into the receptacle.

Ok, no problem, I'll cut the zip ties and just get another power cable and coaxial cable. Then I notice that the mount on the back of the TV covers the power input. What gives?

They make this like it's an easy move, but then hook it up so it's a huge process.

How has everybody else handled it? Should I just pull the power cord out of the hole and take it outside with me with an extra coaxial? Is this TV not actually supposed to be moved?

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Old 08-15-2016, 10:46 PM   #2
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The outside mount is for the outside TV that comes as an extra
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is it possible to get a mount and not be supplied with the TV? we didn't get one

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