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Old 02-21-2009, 07:37 PM   #1
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Eureka Television set-up

Hopefully this will give some people ideas of how the tv can be mounted. The owner told me that they can watch tv from the bed or the dinete area with it mounted this way. If the pictures show up, it is thanks to Glenn.
It does! By the way, the title is because I took a zillion pictures and had them all over my computer.
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Old 02-21-2009, 10:51 PM   #2
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Well it sure looks interesting, folds nicely out of the way.
Did you notice what kind of, or have any pics of the TV antenna?
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Old 02-21-2009, 11:55 PM   #3
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Nothing like practice to keep up one's newly learned skills.
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Nothing like practice to keep up one's newly learned skills.
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Re: Eureka Television set-up


The wall mount in your picture looks very much like the one I got from Lee Valley Tools ( $59 ), except it's black and mine is gray. And, that is where I plan to mount mine. You can push it out of the way, or position it to view from bed or the front dinette. All that is assuming that I'm connected to cable and that there is something worth watching.

Speaking of, The Long, Long, Trailer with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz was on TV recently and we recorded it and finally watched it tonight. I'm leery of old movies that are held in fond memory because they just don't hold up over time, but I really enjoyed this one. Your mileage may vary.

I might try, as moderator, to move this post to the TV thread.

Wish me luck

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Hi: All..."Eureka" I got it!!! I thought there was never "To much Escape" and as for newly acquired skills there's always a chance something will go @#$%^&&.
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Re: Eureka Television set-up

You are quite right-There is never Too Much Escape! Since the pictures were put on about three times on each of two computers,(first on a pc; then Macs) I was running out of titles. Now, I think I'm stuck with the name, but I'll see what I can do.
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JUST ME AGAIN

Has anyone tried any of the 12 volt tvs and do they work well thanks again.

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Hi Walt and Linda ,
Check out the TV option thread . A good way to to find topics is to use the search capability. Of course I only just discovered that.
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The wall mount in your picture looks very much like the one I got from Lee Valley Tools ( $59 ), except it's black and mine is gray. And, that is where I plan to mount mine. You can push it out of the way, or position it to view from bed or the front dinette. All that is assuming that I'm connected to cable and that there is something worth watching.

Speaking of, The Long, Long, Trailer with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz was on TV recently and we recorded it and finally watched it tonight. I'm leery of old movies that are held in fond memory because they just don't hold up over time, but I really enjoyed this one. Your mileage may vary.

I might try, as moderator, to move this post to the TV thread.

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