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Old 08-12-2018, 10:34 AM   #1
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Artic Wolf 285

Just purchased an Artic Wolf 285 fiver, won't take delivery for a couple weeks. Moved on from a class C and dinghy towing. In the MH we set up our satellite with 2 receivers as my wife and I have different tastes. I added additional wiring and a splitter off the dish to the MH. I'd like to do the same with the Artic Wolf. I may be able to use the TV coax as the 2nd sat receiver cable. Checking if anybody is familiar with the coax routing?

Also I agree with another poster about the 285 sewer valves being so far under the chassis and liked the idea of converting to electric valves.

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Old Today, 01:03 AM   #2
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I posted the change to the drain valves for the 285. I will try to check the cabling for the sat dish tomorrow for you. I think you can pull the cover on the right side of the unit (behind the sat connection).

I didn't pay much attention when I was in that area for the drain valve mod.

If you are planning on installing the box in the bedroom area it will not have a lot of room below the bracket with the bed extended.

I think that the orange and the black cables coming through the wall on the upper right are from the cable and satellite connections, they are above the water heater and next to the water fill connections.

I think that the bottom picture show the same cables going up into the bedroom / bathroom wall (next to the hot and cold water lines for the bathroom sink).

But I will try to check it tomorrow, if my back is okay (had surgery to remove some skin cancer yesterday).
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