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Old 03-04-2017, 02:43 PM   #1
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I have a 25 FB. Am looking for faceplate with 2 coax connections. Manual says it's under the dinette table. So far-can't find it. Anyone know where it is? Thnx
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I have a 25 FB. Am looking for faceplate with 2 coax connections. Manual says it's under the dinette table. So far-can't find it. Anyone know where it is? Thnx
Willis, I think that info is outdated. If you're looking for the connector for a satellite receiver, it should be inside the little cabinet for the Blu Ray player on your trailer. I think I saw you drive through the parking lot today, you should have stopped and we could have gone on a search and destroy mission to find out for sure.
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Took a look-the blue ray is nested inside that cabinet with a shelf over it. It's really packed in there. To the left are two faceplates, one is for inverter circuit. Am I getting closer.
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Seriously. Called Airstream and they said faceplate has to be near BluRay. I still can't find it. Do I rip the BlueRay out of the box it's in?
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Seriously. Called Airstream and they said faceplate has to be near BluRay. I still can't find it. Do I rip the BlueRay out of the box it's in?
What do you have outside? Only one coax, or two? If you have two, there is no inside faceplate with two connectors. That face plate was to share the single coax to the outside for cable or satellite. Newer trailers have two cables outside, one labelled satellite and one labelled cable; if that is what you have, all you have in the blueray cabinet is a cable that isn't connected to anything.

If you only have one cable outside, there is a two-connector faceplate somewhere. Mine was on the wall next to the refrigerator. I have heard on some trailers it is under the dinette table.

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My 2008 27FB does have the two-coax faceplate underneath the dinette table. I have do the little connect the dots (or disconnect the dots) thing if I'm using the antenna versus cable from an RV park.

I'm not sure what year yours is, but my manual has a wiring diagram for the TV set up. You might check the online manual for your trailer year to see if that yields any more info.
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