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Just found out that a fellow British camper has Amazon Fire and that a local company installed it for them. Not really bothered enough about tv to pay a subscription though. Because we have sunshine and longer daylight it doesn't seem so necessary. Will give it some thought....
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You can get USB Firesticks or Hoku that plug into the side of the telly and allow you to access Netflix and watch stuff on the big screen but I forgot you had that big Mac. Looks ideal.

I have never seen the USB socket on our TV, no wonder I expectant extension lead to keep at the front would be OK ?
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I have never seen the USB socket on our TV, no wonder I expectant extension lead to keep at the front would be OK ?
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Wot? Eh? Are you on the Gin already?
No, Why?
The USB socket is at the back of the TV I can´t keep turning the TV round its buddy hard enough connecting anything to it to start with.
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It´s not just a TV, its a work of art.
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I 'liked' your post Jan but in fact I don't really like it. The TV is a bit boxed in and no room for expansion.??

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I 'liked' your post Jan but in fact I don't really like it. The TV is a bit boxed in and no room for expansion.??

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Of course, thats how it was built, IF I wanted a BIG TV like wot you´ve got it would be fixed above the two cupboards, but I have no intention of having a bigger TV, this one hardly gets watched anyway.

Or of course the two cupboards could be moved outwards as the 3 are all separate
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Thats what our friends say with their 19" TV. "We hardly watch TV". I must admit if I lived there I would want to watch their TV for long.

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This TV is nearly 42 inches and for the sitting distance away from the TV was correct in 2006

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14 years ago Jan. Times have changed.?? If I didn't find it so hard to claw back the remote we might have a larger one.

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