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Old 07-14-2013, 10:26 AM   #21
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We changed the batwing for the Jack and just about doubled the channels we got while we were in FL. Much smaller unit and it mounts just like the batwing.
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How difficult was it to install?
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Old 07-14-2013, 10:37 AM   #22
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How difficult was it to install?
It takes longer to get it unwrapped than the installation. Just unhook the cable, unpin the batwing, fill the cable end with the paste they furnish, pin the 'jack' on and connect the cable.
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Old 07-14-2013, 11:08 AM   #23
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Entertainment 101

I think, soon after getting our 36CKTS, we'll be making changes to the entertainment system. From what you're saying, it appears even one of those "master" remotes - the ones that work everything - aren't effective either!
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They changed to the sound bar and and blue ray, mid production on 2014 the older ones have the Jensen then they switched. I don't like the cheap speakers on the Jensen it is hard to hear when sitting in the slide out since they in the main part.
I found that my rig was delivered to the dealer in May 2013. I found factory notes dates 4/30/13. You mentioned older models have the Jensen, so mine is an older model? If you have the bluray system, do you know when yours was delivered? Also on the outside refrigerator do you have a temp control? Mine doesn't have any way to shut it off. Thanks
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Also on the outside refrigerator do you have a temp control? Mine doesn't have any way to shut it off. Thanks
What model CC do you have with the exterior fridge? Ours is a 38FL - The temp control is on the back left corner of the fridge - I have to open the draw in the kitchen to the left of the microwave, put my hand into the space between the draw and turn it up/down. When I want it off I pull the plug out.
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Hi Walter,

We have a 2014 36B4. I didn't feel behind the fridge. My manual said to shut off by turning the temp control in the inside top but nothing is there. I can't reach the plug from the outside door. I did look inside but can't see the wire. I will check tonight and try to reach the rear. Thanks for the info..
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If yours is the same as in the picture on the Cedar Creek Website for the 36B4 it is the same as ours... The temp control is on the outside of the fridge, back left side at the top (mounted on the rear of the fridge). Maybe you have access to the back of the fridge from under the sink???

Nice layout too - We no longer needed a bunkhouse but really like that layout.
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Yep, we saw the automotive grade radio in ours. Utterly ridiculous. We also realized today, we have to figure out how to cover the opening beneath the raised TV. We've got an overly curious - very nosey cat! Cooper may find himself confined if he jumps in that space!
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Yep, we saw the automotive grade radio in ours. Utterly ridiculous. We also realized today, we have to figure out how to cover the opening beneath the raised TV. We've got an overly curious - very nosey cat! Cooper may find himself confined if he jumps in that space!
That would be good place for that cat of yours....
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Yep, we saw the automotive grade radio in ours. Utterly ridiculous. We also realized today, we have to figure out how to cover the opening beneath the raised TV. We've got an overly curious - very nosey cat! Cooper may find himself confined if he jumps in that space!
A piece of cardboard and duct tape should fix that little problem.
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