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Old 04-21-2014, 04:43 PM   #1
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TV wiring

The 1999 LY 355XL I recently bought has a coax from the antenna to a little box with tv1 and tv2 buttons to feed the antenna input to front and back TV's that is located in the upper center compartment over the dash. You can also feed from an aux input and it has a to and from connection to a vcr, which is not there. My book says there is a cable input back in the generator compartment, and it seems to be there. There is also a coax input on the drivers side front fender, if you will. There are also some wires labeled satellite inside the compartment. Does anyone have a diagram of what hooks up where, or any idea what the front fender input is for? It is just open on the outside of the rv-no cover or anything.

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Old 04-22-2014, 12:39 AM   #2
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I am guessing someone had a satellite dish on a tripod and the coax input on the driver's side is for that.

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Old 04-22-2014, 06:07 PM   #3
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It looks like that is true. The rear cable connection now connects to nothing but a coax that comes up through the floor of the rear tv compartment. The front fender coax connection runs up to the selector box where the cable hook-in used to be. There are 3 coax cables up by the selector box (labeled "roof sat", "Sat rec out" and "Sat receiver out" that I have no idea where they go-can't find any trace. Airstream says some of this is aftermarket stuff. I think I can now get it to do what I want, though.
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