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Old 02-29-2020, 07:41 PM   #1
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Video expert needed

I'm so tired of all the steps needed to watch a simple DVD or a movie off our internal drive. Does anyone know someone who can make our video system work without sacrificing a goat?
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What system do you have? What year trailer?
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We have a 2016 International; the system is the factory one that came with it.
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I don’t know what system you have or how it works - but I love your sense of humor! I nearly did a spit take at sacrificing the goat!
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Turn on the blu ray player, turn on the television, select "input" on the tv remote to HDMI1, put a disc in the player, and push "play". If you want surround sound, turn on the radio, and select "aux in".
You can keep the goat, they eat too much.
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Turn on the blu ray player, turn on the television, select "input" on the tv remote to HDMI1, put a disc in the player, and push "play". If you want surround sound, turn on the radio, and select "aux in".
You can keep the goat, they eat too much.


^^^^ this is correct. Or just watch Netflix on your phone
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Thanks, both! This used to work, but adding in streaming and hearing aid connections has made it impossible; there's always some part of it that doesn't work. I'm hoping someone out there knows an actual person that I can hire to rewire the whole thing so that it all works. From what we've seen of the wiring, it's a mess (Airstream's not so good at behind-the-scenes stuff), but there's gotta be an audio/video geek out there somewhere.
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