Burstner Travel Van TV point question. (1 Viewer)

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Our 2021 Burtsner travel van has a bank of sockets in one of the overhead lockers above the bench seat ( 240v, 12v & a TV point). There is a cable connected to the rear of the TV socket which disappears into the roof void along with other cables. However I do not have any ide where it terminates. i did think it may be for an external TV aerial however I have checked all the lockers / adjacent to the hookup etc and cant find where the other end is. The manual shows an external socket adjacent to the hookup, but there is no socket there.
Any one any ideas?
Thanks
Howard
 

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You don't say what model you have, first check if you have an aerial on the roof this is usually priced as an extra so if you didn’t order one it won’t be there.
All my aerial cables go to the rear garage hidden behind a panel
 
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Its the T660G. The roof aerial has a seperate cable.
 
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Ok thanks, just checked pics online but not able to help. The aerial cables are usually numbered at both ends which makes it easier when you do eventually find the other end
Burstner are very good at hiding the cables. Have you asked the dealer you bought it from?
 
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I have sent an email, however no response at the moment.

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Howard B
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As I couldnt get an answer from anyone, I removed the TV aerial point and replaced it with a twin USB socket instead.
I wanted an external aerial point, so fitted one in the EHU hookup inlet socket box and fed the cable through the van to a point near the tv.
 

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