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Old 04-07-2010, 09:04 PM   #1
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How to replace the Cable/Phone inputs

I have a 2007 Safari with the cable TV and telephone inputs on the water input side of the trailer. The cable works OK, but the telephone connector is very corroded and unusable. My question is how to remove the plate that holds the jacks. I removed the cover, but short of drilling out the center rivet? I do not see how it comes off.

Do I have to replace the whole plastic plate as a unit? Where do I get one of those?

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I will see if I can get some advice on this one more time. It seems to work at least part time..any ideas?
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Hi, just you don't think you are being ignored; I read your post and was surprised to hear that anyone even uses the phone jacks in their trailer. I have never even seen a phone line at a camp ground, but maybe a full timer might have a use for it. Sorry I can't answer your question, I don't know.
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Hi Jerry - do you have a picture of the offending jack and plate? Maybe someone will be able to offer advice if they can see what you're dealing with.

What kind of phone jack is it? The round two prong marine type?

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