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Old 07-09-2015, 08:56 AM   #11
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I don't RV camp necessarily to be outside, although I do spend quite some time outside, hence I own a toyhauler, but I RV camp to get away from home and the routine.

I have two TV's in mine.

Mounting a TV won't void any major warranty. Only problem I forsee is if the TV fell and maybe put a hole in the floor...that's probably not a warranty problem. However if you mount right and sturdy I don't see why it would fall off anyways.

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Old 07-09-2015, 09:53 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Kungfu01 View Post
Ox I don't know if you meant too but you sounded like a pompous ass with what you said. He didn't ask for your opinion on his lifestyle.

Op, I don't see why a TV mount would void your warranty. I put two in mine mainly for the kids and rainy days. Not that I owe anyone here an explanation of what I do or how I do it...

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I have to agree with everything you said.

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