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Old 05-01-2019, 06:56 PM   #1
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Wiring for upgrading Televisions from 2011 to 4K

I have a 2011 42QD Tour. The television and all technology is original and I would like to upgrade it all to 4K. I am willing to start just with the main screen which is over the fire place - The TV is located in the large full length driver side slide out. The master switch for switching between the three different TVís is above the passenger side. I am assuming the wiring runs down under the floor and across to the slide out. As part of this upgrade I need to change the old wiring to HDMI. Any lessons learned or experience. Has anyone already conquered this. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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