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Old 10-01-2007, 03:56 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any suggestions for installing a flat screen TV? Is it possible to drill holes into the fiberglass or any of the padded or carpet covered walls? We have a 2800 SCR. If possible we would like to install one on the wall dividing the seating/table area from the head. Any 12V recommendations?
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Old 10-01-2007, 05:22 PM   #2
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well..I mounted mine on the aft stbd blhd between the salon and the head...I used a hinged mount and drilled right thru to the shower using stainless steel washer/screw/nylock nuts....sealed it with 4200 silicone sealant...you can go to member gallery and look on my pictures at the way I mounted it....works great for us...I also have a sat dish that we watch tv while on board.....
the flat panel tv is a samsung tv/monitor for computers..I bought it several yrs ago before they became the rage...I might upgrade sometime next yr but right now it works well for us......I got the hinge from radio shack for about 70 bucks.....then went to home depot and got some plastic conduit...used double sticky tape to install it to hide all the wires.....
so far it works great....
http://maxumownersclub.com/forum/galler ... &g2_page=2
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Mmmmm i think you are talking about LCd's or TFT's because this is full screen TV and hang on your wall i am also using this TFT and hang full screen on my wall and this is very good and best result
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Ah, there's nothing like a resurrecting a 5+ year old thread and turning it into a "Zombie Thread".
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you hit the nail on the head. I love Zombies.
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Spammer. I just noticed the Ad in his sig. The posts were too generic, and oddly vague.
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I "installed" an ipad with cellular service with a seasucker vacuum mount that connects to my Slingbox at home. No need for drilling holes and works without Shore Power connected. No remote tho.
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