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Centre Parcs - advice needed.

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
We are going to centre parcs at the beginning of February and we are considering taking our Wii with us. Does anyone know if the Tvs in the accommodation will be able to be connected to the Wii, I know some places block off the back of the tvs to stop you using the scart connections etc....

Thanks
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
i had my 360 on them last year but i was in the best accommodation.
1 Like #2
Yes you can. All you need to do is slide the tv up and then it comes off the bracket to get to the back of it.
#3
Thats great thanks.

:thumbsup:
#4
Seems a shame to go to a lovely tranquil place and take a wii!

If it's for kids they should be tired out from swimming and cycling all day!!

:) :-D
#5
I think you'd be better off ringing them. If you try lifting the telly off it's brackets and then (heavens no) drop it, I don't know how you could explain it away.
#6
Can we bring our own video/dvd player/game console to plug into the TV?
You're going to have a fantastic time at Center Parcs – there's so much to see and do, including a brand new Wii Lounge at Sherwood Forest village.

Many of our accommodation types include CD and DVD players, so we advise against bringing your own.

Most of our guests seem happy with this policy, choosing to spend most of the time out and about with their families and loved ones.

Please remember that any available sockets in your accommodation won't have been electrically tested for equipment like this, which means any accident as a result of using it would be your responsibility. Furthermore, your items will not be covered if they are stolen. We highly recommend that all electrical items you wish to bring are PAT tested before using them within Center Parcs.


Taken from FAQ if you haven't seen it
#7
Seems like a waste if you're going to take a Wii. The whole point of Center Parcs is to get away from all that kind of stuff.
#8
Its for us and the inlaws at night mostly while kids are in bed, possibly if weather is bad. Not sure if we are taking it but was just an idea.
#9
oscarcherry
Its for us and the inlaws at night mostly while kids are in bed, possibly if weather is bad. Not sure if we are taking it but was just an idea.


Its very important to have a wii at nightime unless the accommodation has plastic sheets :thumbsup:
#10
:p

True!!!
#11
sancho1983
Taken from FAQ if you haven't seen it


Thanks, oddly enough never even thought of looking - doh!
banned#12
sancho1983
Taken from FAQ if you haven't seen it


PAT testing a console? That would just involve checking the cable is visibly ok, anyone can do that.

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