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Old 04-11-2015, 04:04 PM   #11
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how is the tv disconnected from the swing arm.....the 4 screws on the holding plate ???.......24" furrion on a 2015 rockwood mininlite 2109.
Usually you just lift up on the TV. There should be a matching bracket outside to slip it down on.


Outside there should be a coax connector. Run that to your TV antenna input. It will let you get the antenna signal and if you have park cable that will come in to the TV if you push the little button on the wall plate inside. It will not get the DVD player unless you run additional cables. (your results may vary)
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Old 04-11-2015, 04:11 PM   #12
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Some swing arms have two thumb screws that have to be removed before you can remove the TV.
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Old 04-11-2015, 04:58 PM   #13
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Put Pink Floyd on outside speakers to drown out the neighbors, a steak on the barbie and a beer to time it by - it doesn't get much better than that!
Dam farm liked it all except the pink Floyd part. How bout some reggae or blues?
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Dam farm liked it all except the pink Floyd part. How bout some reggae or blues?
Sounds good to us!
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Jazz is also good listening at times.
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Old 04-11-2015, 06:19 PM   #16
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If you have cable/satellite hookups you can run your output to the cable connection inside and run a coax cable to your TV outside. It will work as an output as well as an input. I do it all the time with my satellite.
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Old 04-11-2015, 09:25 PM   #18
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Nobody has mentioned a splitter.......Put a splitter on the main feed to TT......1 output to main IP on trailer and second feed to outside TV.......Two TV's????? can now work
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Nobody has mentioned a splitter.......Put a splitter on the main feed to TT......1 output to main IP on trailer and second feed to outside TV.......Two TV's????? can now work
There should be a coax jack on the side of the trailer below the mount for the TV. That coax already has a splitter off of the feed for the TV. No additional splitting needed. Hopefully your trailer has that coax jack.
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I didn't bother with pulling the tv out we bought a cheap projector and call this our drive in movie. We have a small dvd player with us that is hooked up normally to bedroom tv and hook it up to our projector. We can have up to a 6' screen and we have had several of the neighbors kids come over and join our grand kids to watch. We usually get a little nostalgic and start with a cartoon before the movie just as they did when we were kids and our parents took us to the drive - in. I think I got it for under $100 several years ago.
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