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Old 12-21-2008, 12:57 PM   #15
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I have a '95 LY and this was my solution. It is mounted to a board and then screwed to the oak console. Fits the hole perfectly in back. This is an Emerson 20" LCD with built in DVD player. Very Happy with results. I used the hole to mount a Xantrex Prosine 2.0 charger/inverter.
If I understand the photo properly, you have a TV mounted between the front seats of moho.

Now, I'm no lawyer or law enforcement person (nor do I play one on TV), but I believe that up here in Canada at least, it's illegal to have a TV in a spot where it can be viewed by the driver. Why they insist on that I have NO idea.

Your mileage may vary...
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Airstream's wiring on Motor Homes is such that the TV will not work while underway. So, you can look at it if you want, but nothing will be on...
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Old 12-21-2008, 09:55 PM   #17
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Well, that'll do it! Um, for most people...
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Old 12-23-2008, 09:07 PM   #18
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When I removed the 13" tube television, the largest unit that would fit into the opening and still look factory was a 15". This was on a 1993 LY MH, 33' I had a new trim ring made for the TV to fit into. The old television power source was right inside the TV compartment and plugged into the AC adapter. I've included 2 pictures of the finished product.
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Old 12-23-2008, 09:22 PM   #19
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Very nice work!
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When I removed the 13" tube television, the largest unit that would fit into the opening and still look factory was a 15". This was on a 1993 LY MH, 33' I had a new trim ring made for the TV to fit into. The old television power source was right inside the TV compartment and plugged into the AC adapter. I've included 2 pictures of the finished product.

Looks great . I don't think mine will wind up looking as clean as your set up . I am going with a 19" wide screen with a built in DVD player. It will run from the left edge of the original opening to the far right edge where you have your CB. So it fits the area fine but won't be flush with the edge of the opening because of the need to access the DVD player. I will post pics when it is done.
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When I removed the 13" tube television, the largest unit that would fit into the opening and still look factory was a 15". This was on a 1993 LY MH, 33' I had a new trim ring made for the TV to fit into. The old television power source was right inside the TV compartment and plugged into the AC adapter. I've included 2 pictures of the finished product.

By the way wheere did you get those glass holders?
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Old 12-24-2008, 10:51 AM   #22
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Camping World I believe, they are called Octopus holders, here is a link for them on Amazon

Amazon.com: Bell CO51 Octopus Cup Holder: Automotive
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Scotta,
How do you insert closing information regarding your coach equipment at the bottom of your posts?
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Old 12-24-2008, 03:32 PM   #24
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How do you insert closing information regarding your coach equipment at the bottom of your posts?
Just go to the User CP (control panel) and on the left side you'll see a Edit Signature box to click.
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Mine works fine while moving on down the road, but does not pick up very much with the roof antenna stowed. Also, once digital becomes the norm only strong signals will be watchable. (not that we would do it mind you!). As long as the inverter is on the TV will have power. Not sure if was meant to be that way originally, but after the inverter was installed, that is how it now works. As far as the law is concerned, since there was a TV there originally, what is different? Besides who can see in from the road anyway other than truckers?
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The menu bar at the top of the page has a link for "user CP" On the left pannel there is a link for "signature " You can add whatever you want there.
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Right now the bedroom original TV works fine - small, crappy, but fine.
The "small, crappy" can be replaced relatively easy. I replaced my factory built in 9" TV with a flat screes 15", pictures attached. This also made for more head room when moving around the bed.
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Gloran...

Like your installation. Since mine is in a box on the opposite side in an '03, a couple of questions. Is the board in the ceiling part of the old mount or did you add that. If you did, what is it mounted to?

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