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Old 06-01-2010, 10:26 PM   #1
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Cool First of two flat panel LED TV's for the Bella Sera.....

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Old 06-01-2010, 10:45 PM   #2
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Looks good bella!!!!......I was also thinking about putting a second tv at the cockpit sink, but fedex is bringing my my new ipad on friday and I'm hoping it may fill in the blank somehow?!?! In the last pic, is that a regular 110v outlet above the sink? I have been trying to figure out how to make an outlet with 1 110v receptacle and 1 cable tv receptacle in the same covered outlet.....?? Any ideas? jesse

PS have you looked at the pics of my cabin step carpets??? One of the best upgrades I have done yet!!!
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Awesome. In case you didn't read the obituary, VHS is dead. Feel free to take that brick out to make more room. Sure, you have plenty of classics on VHS, like all those I love Lucy re-runs, but are you going to drag those to the boat too?

LOL, JK. Nice work.
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Bella,

That looks great!

Did you know the Insignia is a 12 vt DC input. I purchased one and clipped off the power supply and just hooked it up to the 12 vt circuit so I can watch without the generator going (when away from the dock). I also purchased a mount (Level Mount) from Walmart. These mounts allow you to remove the mount arm really easy and relocate. So I purchased a second one and mounted it in the cockpit area.
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Old 06-02-2010, 06:05 PM   #5
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Here is the link for them, as you can only buy them online at http://www.walmart.com/ip/Level-Moun...C30DJ/10056394 They are on sale for ONLY $34!!!!!
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Bella...
How did you route the antenna wiring over from the cabinet above the range ? Did you drill a hole through each over the storage cabinets and through the clothing closet?
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Old 06-07-2010, 12:19 PM   #7
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Bella, good on ya mate! Nice looking install.
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Old 06-07-2010, 12:52 PM   #8
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Thanks Shrew,

I just use the VHS to watch your wifes College Pornos!!!!! Rimshot!! LMAO!!!!.......................................... .............................................

As for Space the 3300 has quite a bit more space than the smaller cruisers like yours so I don't worry about it. How many TVs have you put in? Oh, thats right, you take them out don't you?

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Ok, now you've crosed the line. That was too far and way out of line!!!!

That is completely uncalled for to make fun of a man's boat. Especially the size of a man's boat. Afterall, I didn't hear your wife complaining about it. LMFAO!!!!!!!
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Old 07-14-2010, 04:24 PM   #9
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Bella,

Ok you went down the exact path of the tv and the electrical box that I want to do with mine. Love the idea.

Heres my question.....I would like to put a 110 plug in the cockpit but also would like to get one down to the aft cabin so I can put a tv/dvd for the kids. I've done home electrical but the marine stuffs worries me a little, am I safe to just find another 110 connection and join that like I would in a house or am I in danger of messing with the charging/generator set up. How would you recommend making these changes?

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Tackle, do you have an ice maker or cockpit fridge? I have an ice maker, and behind the ice maker is an electrical outlet that has a breaker on the main panel. I have thought about adding a 110v receptical and cable right above the cockpit sink. Or put the wiring into the tv mount somehow......Jesse
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