If the TV is in a slide, I would look underneath the slide and find the coax, there is a connector under the trailer right inside the underbelly. Out of my three Heartlands two of them had bad connections at that point.
The screen on my level up shows nothing but vertical lines all the way across, it seems like all features of the system are working( retract and auto level) We are getting ready to pull out for a week long trip and this has me very confused, has anyone experienced this are even heard of this.
There should be a blank electrical plate in the ceiling of the bedroom, that’s where the coax and control wire is. I drilled my one inch hole directly above that cover and ran the wires straight up. The control wire has the end on it that plugs into dish.
Diesel $2.45 here in the storm zone. We live less than a mile from the largest refinery in the USA (Motiva) and our son works there, they are starting back up now, usually takes about a week to get cranked up so I don't think prices will be bad long term.
We have camped there several times and enjoyed the river, but there's not a whole lot else to do in the area. It's a pretty good drive to restaurants and grocery stores and Verizon is pretty much a no go in that area. The river and just relaxing kept us happy.
When on shore power the frig automatically switches to 110 volt. We have really enjoyed ours, we were recently on a trip where we drove over 400 miles a day and the inverter and refrigerator performed perfectly. I don't think we will ever own another rig without the residential refrigerator.
We have a 3160 with stock suspension, we just got home from a 3000 mile trip over some pretty rough roads ( interstate) and everything stayed in place with a smooth pull. We don't full time but if we did I would go with the IS system. For the amount of travel we do ( usually 1 week a month ) I...
We use a hopper and two wireless joey's with no problems and it records all prime time ABC,CBS,NBC and FOX everyday and whatever else you program it to, up to 6 channels I believe. You can pause the LR tv and watch outside or BR.
We use Dish with the Hopper and Joey system at home and same in RV and use 3 LNB dish with RV4TV.com tripod. Once you get used to pointing the dish it's really a pretty simple operation and you have whole house DVR and all prime time records.
We have them and I love not having to go on top and sweep off slides, we camp mostly I'm Corp parks with lots of leaves and pine needles. We have black because it matches our awning, I don't think you would notice any heat difference because of the 4" air cap under the toppers.