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Hoping the collective knowledge can help. After 20+ years of caravanning, we finally got a TV, although only used on one trip so far. We are going away to the CMC Longleat site. We know that there are TV aerial points on the bollards, but have no experience using these. Our van is a 2018 Lunar clubman (No snickering please). Fitted in the battery box is a "F" type socket. There are two "F" types in the van, as well as 2x standard aerial sockets. I know the standard aerial sockets are wired into the Status aerial on the roof (via amplifier). What I don't know is how the "F" types are wired. The handbook goes into good detail on using the on board aerial, but does not mention the "F" type sockets at all. I have seen on other posts that you can get F-type to standard convertor plugs / sockets, but not clear if / when these maybe required Now my questions are: - When using the site bollard, what type of connection is required for the bollard end Can I use the battery box "F" type as the inlet point to the van (Rather than dangling cable around the interior of the van) - if yes, I assume that an F to standard adaptor plug required inside the van - can somebody confirm this please. Will I need to swap / alter the vans wiring. Any input will be much appreciated
Hi all, we are going to Sandringham later this week not sure which site to go for CMC or C&CC site. We are a couple who have an elderly husky still walking though an hour or so is all she can manage. As we have never been before would love some advice. Thanks in anticipation.
Why do the Retired Caravanners Club require stewards to turn up at the rally site the day before the rally begins? That’s the question, here is the story, once last year and now for the second time this year, stewards have arrived on a site where our rally was still in progress. First time the site owner asked us to leave by 11am Sunday, as the Retired owners club had a rally starting at 1 pm that day, needless to say they started arriving at 9. 30am that morning. Twice this year stewards have arrived the day before their rally starts and asked when we would be off, today they arrived at 10. 30am two vans, their rally doesn’t start until tomorrow, and they are expecting 9 yes 9 vans to their meet. Have they got nothing better to do? Some one from that club please answer. Includes you Shippy!