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Old 06-04-2016, 11:45 PM   #11
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Led, I checked the wall above the window at the foot of the bed. Mine has a stud right in the center of the wall! So you could probably mount the TV there. If I were to putine there, I'd take a piece of 1/4" or Luan plywood and cut it the lenght of the wall right there so I could anchor the plywood to 3 studs and mount the TV to the plywood. Maybe make the plywood 4 to 6 inches wide and whatever length would be needed to catch the 3 studs. Even a 1x4 or 6 would work. You could paint it to match the wall or stain it to match the cabinets. Or cover it in cloth that matches the bed spread. I used a pillow sham that we weren't using to make my utensil holders. If this doesn't make sense to you, I can draw it up or post pictures to better explain.

No need, makes sense. I'm very crafty. unfortunately our camper mods have been put on hold until we finish remodeling the kitchen! I can't wait to take it out!


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Old 06-11-2016, 03:02 PM   #12
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TV mount in 2015 16BH

I also used a plywood board across the studs to mount a 28" flatscreen. Works well although I do remove the TV while traveling. We've only been watching DVDs so far but would like to receive local stations.
I'm new at this RVing stuff so was curious about the antenna connections, one marked amplifier and one antenna. Where do they go?
Is there a connection on the roof for an antenna or dish?
Its been hard to get any help from Forest River and the "one size fits all" brochure and manual is of no help.
Can you give me any info on this?
Thanks for your post.
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Old 06-14-2016, 12:38 AM   #13
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Old 06-14-2016, 12:39 AM   #14
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We used Pvc to make this tv mount
We have the wolf pup 16bhs 2016
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Old 06-25-2016, 08:33 AM   #15
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I also used a plywood board across the studs to mount a 28" flatscreen. Works well although I do remove the TV while traveling. We've only been watching DVDs so far but would like to receive local stations.
I'm new at this RVing stuff so was curious about the antenna connections, one marked amplifier and one antenna. Where do they go?
Is there a connection on the roof for an antenna or dish?
Its been hard to get any help from Forest River and the "one size fits all" brochure and manual is of no help.
Can you give me any info on this?
Thanks for your post.
You should have some type of antenna on the roof. If it's a newer unit it's probably the omni directional one. Looks like a flat dish. Mine is crap and rarely used it. What I have found that works good is a $15 batwing style antenna from a big box store. I connect to the cable port on the outside of the TT and hang it somewhere. I connect the TV to the jack marked amplifier but do not turn on the antenna amplifier.
Hope this helps.
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Old 03-28-2017, 04:21 PM   #16
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Finally got the tv mounted. Got a tiny tv mount for cheap off Groupon that swivels and tilts. DH found a stud to mount it on. Just in time too, since I'll be out vending by myself for five days.
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Old 03-29-2017, 01:19 AM   #17
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Hanging a Small TV

I have the spin tv from the bedroom to the living room, but I watch almost everything on the internet hooked up to my TV. I hung my small Vizio with a S clip onto my very sturdy curtain rod. Works perfectly!
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