Originally Posted by Ehlendt
Thanks for your input Camper Lucy. My Salem has a weather membrane on the underside of the camper and sure makes me uneasy going thru that. Does your Puma have the same? I worry that I'll screw something up and let the elements in.
I was just thinking. I have a jack on the exterior for hooking up a cable tv line. I'll never do this. Any reason why I can't take the wall recepticle on the inside of the camper and reconfigure it so that I have my antenna signal split and running out to that jack on the outside, as well as wired to my tv inside? Seems logical. That way I wouldn't have to drill holes in anything......in theory. Anyone tried that? I'd gladly hang a cable under the TT each time I wanted to use the tv outside. Heck, I'd probably even just set the tv on a table so I don't have to hang a mount. I'm going to test this out this weekend. Wish me luck.
I did something similar. I have cable and sat connctors on the hookup side of my TT. I do use cable if it is available, but only use satellite on the outside TV. I bought a splitter, connected the output from the cable/ antenna amp, reconnected the feed to the interior TV and put the sat coax to the splitter. Now if I want to use cable or antenna I just throw a 20 foot piece of coax under the TT to the Television and connect to the sat plug at the hook ups.
I have purchased a cable jack and cover to install under the awning and have the coax to run, but I to am not looking forward to removing the cover under the TT to do this. I am just waiting to have another reason to remove the bottom cover.
Hope I made sense.