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Old 04-29-2015, 01:52 PM   #11
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congrats on your new camper... we just bought a 15' 272qbxl... if I may ask, what mount did you use for your tv? I am getting ready to put a 32" smart tv in our main room.

I bought both of my mounts at the dealer. The one for the living room is a flush mount that has a square plate that screws to the wall with 8 screws, then has a fiberglass type material that screws to the back of the tv, then the fiberglass backing just slides right into the wall plate. It's solid, light and has been fantastic.

The bedroom is an rv specific (don't know the brand) swivel style. that fastens to the wall with 2 heavy duty screws. It also has clips that screw to the wall so that you can secure the tv while traveling down the road.
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Old 04-29-2015, 01:55 PM   #12
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Nice camper. Question for you. Just out of curiosity, on the front of yours, above the "Wildwood" but below the "Forest River", is your seam sealed with butyl rope or caulk, or does it just look like a crimped edge?

I will have to look and let you know. If I remember right it's a smooth edge, so probably a rope style gasket pushed up in the seam, but not sure.
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Old 05-01-2015, 01:51 AM   #13
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Got the same one. It's our first TT and we enjoy it. Going on trip #4 this weekend.
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Old 05-03-2015, 10:57 AM   #14
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That's awesome! Glad your enjoying yours! I was wanting to go camping this weekend, but the universe is working against us. My buddy is borrowing it while he is down to asses the damages from the storms we had last week and I ended up having to work this weekend anyways (at work right now... mwahaha...).
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Old 06-02-2015, 10:02 AM   #15
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I'm looking at getting the 27RKSS, what is the max size TV for the main room that can be mounted?
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Old 06-02-2015, 12:53 PM   #16
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[QUOTE=Sidew13;881194]I'm looking at getting the 27RKSS, what is the max size TV
If I'm thinking correctly, they recommend not larger than 32".
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Nice, what size TV is that?
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Old 12-28-2015, 03:35 PM   #18
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Congrats on your purchase...that is a nice looking rig
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Old 02-09-2016, 03:10 PM   #19
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Congrats! My wife and I just bought the exact same model. LOVE IT! Of course it's winter here in Cincinnati and its sitting in my driveway covered with snow right now. Having a blast loading it up with all the decorations and camping goodies and of course, adding the necessary electronic gadgets to get my LED tv to play through the stereo speakers and to get the DVD player with just analog RCA (yellow plug) jack for video to play through my tv that doesn't have the yellow input. Fun stuff though. Can't wait for spring to get this out to the campgrounds. So far the additions and activities have been:

add bug/mud dauber screens to furnace vent (door side) and fridge vent (back)
changing out the baggage door locks since every camper has same key.
mounting the tvs
hanging some pics on the walls via command strips
loading up the kitchen with gadgets
added carpet to stairs to help keep dirt outside
installed tongue lock and hitch security pin for anti-theft
chained/locked in my 2 30# propane tanks so they don't walk off when I eventually put this in a storage facility
bought the 1" 1/16" socket for the water heater anode rod
electrical converters for 15, 50 amp
water filter

One question I had for anyone, on the control panel, there're two light switches. The right one turns on the one light in the living rm and the one in the hall before the bedroom but the the left switch, I have no idea what that turns on. I would've thought the outside LED light strip, but that's not it, the remote does that one. Any ideas?

Thanks all. I'm new to this forum so looking forward to learning and sharing.

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Mine turns on outside led. Enjoy your 27rkss we love ours.
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