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Old 12-17-2006, 10:49 PM   #1
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DVD Wires - 25'SS

I have been working on the wiring for my flat screen and I do not have the upgraded stereo system.I have been trying to figure out how to get the wires but so far I have been told that they are behind the fridge.Well...If you to stick your head inside the outside compartment and look up with a flashlight you will see the wires balled up in some of the sealant goo to hold it in place.
So far I went inside and drilled a 1''hole in the bottom backside of the cabinet going thru the wall and into the compartment.Before you do this and you are looking into the compartment behind the fridge you will see the tip of a screw sticking out just above the ball of wires.That is the scew that is holding the cabinet in place.I took it out to check if it was the one to make sure.
tomorrow I am going to try and fish it out with a wire clothes hanger.I expect I will have to pull pretty hard to get it loose but not to hard to break the wire.I will update tomorrow when I am able to work on it some more.I will also take some pics of the process for those who want to do the same thing with theres.Later
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Old 12-20-2006, 09:54 PM   #2
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Sorry everyone.I tried really hard to get it out without taking out the fridge but the wires wont budge at all.They are fixed in that white sealant foam they use on the Airstreams.That stuff is tough.I think I am going to get someone to pull the fridge for me to get the wires sometime in the future when I get a chance.Later
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We were told if we wanted the TV mounted on the wall behind the Dinette that the refridgerator would have to be taken out for access to mount and wire the Television. As a matter of fact, I called our dealer yesterday becuase I wanted to have this done, but he tells my the mounts alone are now $399 from airstream. I told him to not order it.

Will the Flat panel TV mounts sold in the stores like Circuit City? Or are these some sort of specially designed mount for the AS walls? I'm thinking that maybe I'll just storee the TV and put it on the Dinette table when we want to watch TV. I'd rather have the wall mount solution though.

Anyone do this on their own? If so what mount and what size F.P. TV did you use?
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Call some more dealers.They should be cheaper than that.I got mine from florida down south.I can not remember the dealer but they were really great and got what ever I needed.Everything you need is right there in the cabinet to plug it in and a cable connector.Also you do not need to remove the fridge to mount your LCD.If it is something big though I would do a searchand see what others have done.I am wanting to hook up the stereo system to the Stock radio so the LCD plays in the Airstrean speakers instead.That is why I need to pull out the fridge.It is just to hard to get to without doing that.Other than that I mounted the LCD and did it all myself.Very easy thing to do and you dont have to pull the fridge out.Just to let you know though,I have a 25'SS.
I noticed you have a 31'footer.I really dont know anything about that though.Mabey someone could chime in and help with this one.
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