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Old 02-25-2017, 04:50 PM   #21
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So AS customer support suggested I connect a new HDMI cord directly to the TV. So I went to Walmart and bought a cheap $15 cord. What do you know. It works. So the HDMI cord that came with the trailer is bad, but I am wondering if the cord splits off to give a signal to the TV in the bedroom. That is my suspicion as there is no signal to that TV. How in the world do they snake that thing all the way back to the bedroom?
On our 2016 Flying Cloud there is a splitter under the blue ray shelf that has one input and 2 outputs, one output for each TV, bdrm and main tv's. The HDMI cable that runs from the splitter to the main tv could just be unplugged at the splitter. Does the blue ray work on the bdrm TV??
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Old 03-13-2017, 03:06 PM   #22
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No, it doesn't work on the bedroom TV. I haven't taken apart the shelf yet as AS thinks it's a defective splitter. I got an e-mail today that the part is in the mail and should be here any day. I was going to wait for it to arrive before I take everything apart.
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Old 04-23-2017, 01:40 PM   #23
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Just wanted to let everyone know I finally got the DVD issue resolved. The splitter evidently came unplugged when the unit was being shipped to the dealer. Geez!
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Just wanted to let everyone know I finally got the DVD issue resolved. The splitter evidently came unplugged when the unit was being shipped to the dealer. Geez!
Great! Glad it turned out to be something simple. My experience has been that the longer it takes to find the problem, the cheaper it is to fix. Expensive stuff makes itself known quickly.
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