You may not have an outlet on the side of the unit do to the king dome. Two things come to mind, if you have a connection for cable use that one. I do not know if the coax will be the same size, but its worth a try. Two see if you can get the connection off the king dome and run coax down the side of your unit. Or like others have side go through a window or even through the side of your slide out.
You will probably find better Tiffin specific responses on the Tiffin RV Network forum though many of us are frequent visitors to both forums. On our 2007 Phaeton, the satellite and cable connection is in the the same bay where the shore power cord is connected. To see if your unit even has a tripod connection, check the electronics compartment inside
to see if there is a tripod connector to hook your receiver to.
John & Doris Doris and Robbies Blogs 2007 Tiffin Phaeton QDH 40 w/Cat 7 350
2004 Liberty Renegade 4x4 Toad
Roadmaster Falcon 2 tow bar
Air Force One toad braking system
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When i was using my satellite dish I ran the two RG cables from it through the pass-thru storage area to get up inside the trailer interior. Having the pass-thru door opened always made me think about locking up my satellite dish if we had to leave the trailer for something.
I tried to figure out on how to to use the provided SAT connection and gave up on the that real quick. You are lucky you didnt have one hehe...
What I did was connect up the two satellite Dish RG cables to the SAt RECEIVER and then run the VIDIO cables from the SAT RCVR to alternate video inputs on the 22-inch VIZIO HDTV. This allowed me to select SAT TV or CABLE TV from my easy chair using the hand remote. I never messed with the CH3-Ch4 thing...
Since the Natl Broadcast OTA HDTV signals are so great now I very seldom drag out the SAT RECEIVER anymore on trips. We can always get 6-36 digital full screen HDTV signals just about anywhere we go now here on the East side of the US. We even watch the Natl Broadcast digital stations with the OTA antenna for the local stations when are at cable TV hookup places. Much better to watch full screen full high def digital TV stations then what the cable hook up gives. However sooner or later we have to switch back to "cable" to watch something like CNN or HSN (Momabear might miss a great shopping deal) over the camp ground cable hookup.
Kinda neat to watch NCIS on CBS in full blown high def digital TV when camping way back in the woods off the power grid using the OTA antenna...
My Posts are IMHO based on my experiences - PM me Roy and Carolyn
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