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Replacing CRT TV With Flat Screen: 2002 Alfa 36FB

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We are upgrading all the TV's in our Alfa. Learning so much about the coach in what was done at the factory and what wasn't. I found a 110 volt plug already wired hidden in the wall above the passenger seat. We got the enclosure off the front and it is cracked pretty good. Looking at getting it fixed or replaced.

Any ideas from anyone on where to go in the Denver Area?

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jgarner721,

If it hasn't been said, Welcome to the Forum. 

What type of material is your enclosure made of, Wood, molded plastic, ?

Also in most TV enclosures you will find 110 Volt outlets that are only providing power when your ignition key is off. (I believe it is a Law that manufacturer must comply with) Was the plug enclosed where it couldn't be seen or just in a compartment? Some compartments are designed to hold VCRs and Satellite receivers and have outlets close by.

Herman

 

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11 hours ago, jgarner721 said:

We are upgrading all the TV's in our Alfa. Learning so much about the coach in what was done at the factory and what wasn't. I found a 110 volt plug already wired hidden in the wall above the passenger seat. We got the enclosure off the front and it is cracked pretty good. Looking at getting it fixed or replaced.

Any ideas from anyone on where to go in the Denver Area?

Check with Leisure Coachworks (formerly Alfateers) for a replacement.

https://www.leisurecw.com/

Have you discovered the Alfa Forums yet?

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/alfaseeya/conversations/topics

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/SeeYaDP/conversations/topics

 

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