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Old 05-31-2015, 06:07 PM   #91
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Yes, that was my thought also. I wanted to make sure it would not pull out and fall on the bike. The table will not fit under the Vic.
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Old 05-31-2015, 06:58 PM   #92
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Yes, that was my thought also. I wanted to make sure it would not pull out and fall on the bike. The table will not fit under the Vic.
I keep saying I am going to measure the table to see actual width and then see what is on the market that is same width , but folds flat. (like the white plastic folding tables at Kmart and Walmart for 50.00 ish dollars. The table that comes in the 27RR is heavy and a little non-fun to deal with. Any time we go off by ourselves, we leave the table at home.
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Old 05-31-2015, 07:42 PM   #93
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That Table

My 26RR has the same table and I found the latch not reliable and very difficult to use. As we mostly are just the two of us, as the table does not fold flat, and as it is awkward to store, I replaced it with a $30 white folding table from Walmart. This table is easy to use, takes up less space, and stores under the bed. If we need to have the table for a trip I can always put it in for that trip.
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On our last trip we removed the table completely and also used a smaller lightweight table. It really opened things up for us so now I doubt we will ever use it again (unless we use it for the bed) or something.


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Old 06-01-2015, 02:13 PM   #95
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Finally picked up my 2016 27RR. Still learning about it. Is it normal to pick up maybe 1 or 2 channels on TV or radio? Antenna isn't impressing me yet.
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Old 06-01-2015, 02:18 PM   #96
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Old 06-01-2015, 06:34 PM   #97
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Finally picked up my 2016 27RR. Still learning about it. Is it normal to pick up maybe 1 or 2 channels on TV or radio? Antenna isn't impressing me yet.

Did you press the little button on the antenna outlet plate? Without the signal booster not much happens. It also depends on what free to air channels are available in your area. Rotating the antenna can make a big difference and needs to be done slowly bit by bit for the best results. I got 8 or 10 at the campgrounds I went to not far from my home; but none at home - guess who didn't press the little button.
The radio uses a separate antenna and will pick up whatever any radio would pick up in the area. If not check all the connections from antenna down.



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I guess my antenna is different. I did hit the button, but don't see a place that allows me to rotate
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New ones do not rotate
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If your antenna is the manual wind up one, then the large round section rotates the antenna. You turn it and it will allow you to go almost 360 degrees. Turn it bit by bit from one extreme to the other watching the TV. Remember it must be turned back to the place indicated on the controls before winding the antenna down. That's how mine works on the 26RR.


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