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Old 04-24-2018, 08:48 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Fireplace installation

I have always liked the view of a Fireplace, with or without heat is even better, because sometimes it's just nice to sit and watch a fireplace burn. I looked at my rv and noticed that our table on our Winnebago Vista 30t was in the wrong place as we were always sitting on the couch to eat so we could watch TV while eating. So I decided to remove the table and install a electric Fireplace. I settled for a fireplace that is led lit (multi color and size and heat with temperature gauge and timer) great to just take off the chill if needed or heat if needed. So the job began, remove table (which slides in and out making it a setting for 2 or 4 chairs), pulled the counter top off to do a little re-wiring and framing for the fireplace. I also added stick on tiles around the boarder and made a shelf for the satellite receiver and BluRay player, I did have to pull through 2 coaxl cables from the cabinet above the driver's seat to the new location of the satellite receiver (1 for sat receiver and 1 for antenna not hard just time consuming). I did make a table to sit and eat at later, bought a 24x24x1 bamboo cutting board and installed a 29 inch high pole with a flush mount floor receiver and a raised receiver on the bottom of the table, it is installed between the driver and passenger seats (stowed under bed when on the road). Lots of open floor space even when slides are in, but massive area when slides are out.
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Old 05-11-2018, 12:03 AM   #2
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Very nice! It looks great.
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Old 05-19-2018, 05:31 PM   #3
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Pretty creative approach!
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ace, install, replace

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