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Old 04-12-2017, 12:05 PM   #1
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Help remove shelf

I can't see any attachment points


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My guess would be that the attachment points are hidden by the molding and that you will have to remove that to see them.
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SocalHodaka, see if you can remove the thin piece paneling on the bottom of the shelf.
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SocalHodaka, see if you can remove the thin piece paneling on the bottom of the shelf.
Yep, that kind of false bottom/top normally is hiding the attachments.
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yup. take of the bottom panel. Mine had screws in it. Just took it off earlier today to replace the TV.
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