TV hook up

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  1. Vlad The Impaler

    Vlad The Impaler Funster

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    Hi all going to Searles in Hunstanton in a few weeks for our daughters birthday first proper weekend away in the motorhome, what do we need for the tv hook up on the pitch? Cheers again Funsters x ps no working aerial on the van but there is an aerial point on outside of van assume this was with the sky dish that came with it!!??:Eek!:
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    if it was for a satellite dish it wont be connected to the tv...it would have led to a sat receiver.....worth checking before you leave.

    if the connection point on the van is for satellite it will have a threaded connector, if for normal tv it will be a push fit connector.

    the TV hookup point may already (usually) have a long tv coax fitted which you just plug into the vans tv point or maybe just be a coax plug-in point, in which case you will need a coax lead between the van and hookup..
     
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    we use a 10meter tv extension lead that we bought from a hardware shop for a couple of £'s and just passed it threw the window till i fitted an outside socket for it , buy the longest you can find
     
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