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Old 11-08-2015, 06:57 PM   #41
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Patrick,
If you look at the 12v outlet in the ceiling near the Entertainment cupboard, you will find a very small push button on that plate. It is very small. Press it upwards and a green led should come on. That's the amp for the TV signal etc. why it is so small and so obscure is known only to some designer who never used it in real life. If it's not on you get nothing.
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Thank You Ron. I think they missed that in my walk thru. That explains why I only got 1 station last week.

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Old 11-08-2015, 07:42 PM   #42
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Old 12-03-2015, 02:35 PM   #43
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Ran wires thru ceiling. Now we have defined spaces. Living area/garage, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom. Trailer gets better every month.
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Old 12-03-2015, 04:08 PM   #44
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Well 400 miles later I learned a few things on the 26RR. Didn't freeze up in a 27 degree overnight at Walmart. Used about 10 lb of propane in 12 hours heating and stayed toasty. Get 9.5 @65 on interstate, 11 @ 55 on state roads. Love the foam bed. Get 29 channels on antenna near Louisville.
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Well 400 miles later I learned a few things on the 26RR. Didn't freeze up in a 27 degree overnight at Walmart. Used about 10 lb of propane in 12 hours heating and stayed toasty. Get 9.5 @65 on interstate, 11 @ 55 on state roads. Love the foam bed. Get 29 channels on antenna near Louisville.

Was that loaded with Valkyrie or without? For the mpg? It's nice to know that you won't run out of heat overnight boondocking. I will need that next month on way down to FL. Thanks for posting info.
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Old 12-03-2015, 05:40 PM   #46
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Hey Riderbloke, did you look into moving the media connections back in the cavity?
I am thinking about doing this so they are not sticking out and in the way of the TV.
I just have not had time to look into it yet.
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Full load. Headed for FL the long way for the winter.
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Full load. Headed for FL the long way for the winter.

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Hey Riderbloke, did you look into moving the media connections back in the cavity?
I am thinking about doing this so they are not sticking out and in the way of the TV.
I just have not had time to look into it yet.

No I didn't as that's my pantry. I have run the wires through the RH overhead cupboard to a medicine cabinet mounted on its side just rearward of the window which is my electronics cabinet. I use a MacBook as my TV with the EyeTV adaptor and program.
I also installed a 12v outlet and 2 USB outlets there. I carry a video projector should I ever need a large screen picture.
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Old 12-04-2015, 12:51 PM   #50
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Wow that is a good idea! I pulled the fake brick thing so I could use that space. Like you said, why did they do that! What a waste of space... I use the lower space for a pantry, put in 2 shelves. I mounted a 39" TV to the back wall with an articulating mount. Planning on mounting my inverter, cable box and anything else I can get back there. Will take some pics when I get a chance. Have a lot more ideas just have not had the time to work on them yet. What is under the carpet on the wheel well? Going to build a cabinet over that.
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