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Old 01-17-2012, 09:28 AM   #11
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understood about the coax .. but we camp alot with no electricity .. running from solar and our battery bank.
Anywhoo .. the build date is on the front drivers side of the camper IIRC, just behind or before the hotwater heater, or atleast it is on mine.


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Old 01-17-2012, 10:29 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by toleworks View Post
The coax connector comes in handy if you are in a campground that has free cable tv.
Um, you might say that cable TV is "included"

We used "rabbit ears" attached to the exterior cable connection at a state park south of Pensacola and that worked great! When stored, they don't take up much space and weigh very little.

They can be set up anywhere that gets signal (with enough cable). See our "ears" here, attached to a removable base, which is sitting on the LP tanks:

Our TV is a 19" LED TV that weights less that 5 lb. When we travel we lay it flat on the bed.


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