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Old 11-17-2011, 12:58 PM   #1
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1986 32' Excella
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Antenna coax lead in replacement

Has anyone replaced their coax lead in from the antenna? Have '86 Excella 32'. The coax is very suspect just where it goes into the coach from the roof. I can see that part of the braid is degraded. Would like to replace the lead in if that is a job which I should tackle. I'm sure I probably can't pull new wire with the old because it is probably fastened at some points on the run. The booster on our unit is located between the first & second window on the road side.

My only other thought would be to see if there is possibly enough slack to pull coax out of coach & put in a splice.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

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