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Old 08-05-2015, 10:55 AM   #1
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3220 Bunk House TV hook up

Is the cable hook up in the back of a 3220 BH (2016). Connected to the TV antenna or is for a satellite/ cable connection only?


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Old 08-05-2015, 11:02 AM   #2
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Generally they are connected to both so if there is not cable all tv's work off the antenna.
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Old 09-12-2015, 11:41 AM   #3
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Is the cable hook up in the back of a 3220 BH (2016). Connected to the TV antenna or is for a satellite/ cable connection only?


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Hi,

I just purchased a 2016 3220 last week as well. Do you plan on putting a television in the bedroom, I'm looking for suggestions on a mount and size television that works well.

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Cool How to mount tv on wall in bunkroom

What is the best way to mount a tv on the wall of the back bunkroom of a Passport 3220BH? (single slide) There is a cable jack inside the cabinet and a cable port in the top of the cabinet, so it is obvious a tv was intended there, but perhaps sitting on the cabinet rather than mounted on the wall. The stud is near the side of the cabinet a few inches from the window, so you can't secure the mounting bracket to the stud and have it centered over the cabinet. In fact, the TV would overlap the window by 30%. Even if the stud was centered, how do we mount a tv bracket to aluminum framing?


Does anyone know if there is bracing inside the wall over the cabinet to support a tv mount? My old camper had decals on the walls to indicate where a tv could be mounted. This one does not.
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