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Old 04-13-2013, 11:54 PM   #11
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Okay so mine has the stereo dvd combo built in. With a wall bracket on the wall already just not sure how to hook a tv to the wall. Power and a/v jacks are in the ceiling
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:01 AM   #12
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Okay so mine has the stereo dvd combo built in. With a wall bracket on the wall already just not sure how to hook a tv to the wall. Power and a/v jacks are in the ceiling
Ahh, ok- so you have the wall mount. In one of your drawers or cabinets should be the mating piece that gets mounted to the TV and then slides onto there...

Do you have that?
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:08 AM   #13
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Not that I could see, I will probably be picking the trailer up end of this week and go thru it more to find it
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Not that I could see, I will probably be picking the trailer up end of this week and go thru it more to find it
Ask your dealer for/about them- I'm almost positive at least one should be provided.
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Ok sweet thanks man I appreciate it
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Good luck! If only one comes with it, your dealer should be able to order a second one for a fairly inflated price . But that way, you don't have to move the TV to wherever you want to watch it!
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:41 AM   #17
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The saying.. "Killing two birds with one stone..."

Rather than having 2 separate pieces of hardware (a DVD player sitting on the shelf and the TV mounted), it's all in one. I only have to get around to hanging the TV and I'll be done.
Now I am familiar with that statement. While the meaning is the same I was thrown off a bit with the other statement. Keep in mind that I can get confused easily sometimes.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:45 AM   #18
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First welcome to the forum Terier.

As for the Television mount (that is right I type out television so it would not be confused with TV-Tow Vehicle)

Sorry I got side tracked there; as for the TV mount - the one that came with our Roo DID NOT have a second component. The wall bracket had a plate that had various holes in for various mount hole configurations to match various television sets.

The instructions that came with it explained the various patterns and also explained that our particular wall mount bracket did not have some of the larger patterns for larger (heavier) TVs because the bracket was not designed for their weight. It also warned not to use conversion plates( I think that was the term) to try and support a heavier television.

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