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Old 01-04-2015, 10:32 AM   #1
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Am Thinking about replacing my T.V.s one in front and bedroom. Where are the screws located that holds the wood frame. I think I have located the ones in the bedroom(under some plugs in the frame) how to get the plugs out without damaging the frame.
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Old 01-04-2015, 12:55 PM   #2
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You can remove the plugs by just prying them out with a sharp knife. They should not be glued in place. It's just a tight fit that holds them there.
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I drilled a small pilot hole into the plug, screwed in a small wood screw and then used pliers to pull them out. Obviously, they weren't reusable afterwards but there was no other option.

I think you can get plug to replace the old ones but, frankly, I didn't care.
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I drilled a small pilot hole into the plug, screwed in a small wood screw and then used pliers to pull them out. Obviously, they weren't reusable afterwards but there was no other option.

I think you can get plug to replace the old ones but, frankly, I didn't care.
I was told to call Newmar with your Vin number and they will sell you a bag of the new ones.
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In QT's # 3 there are many conversions to LCD's to help you out if necessary.
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I did the same task on my 2007 Dutch Star. Just keep looking. When you find all of them you will do this:
In the bedroom I created a cabinet behind the new tv. Used furniture grade plywood trimmed with the removed framing wood and a piano hinge. A few mods inside and have a perfect place to store my printer, radios, etc (Never an inch goes unused.) Subsequent to taking this picture, I put an additional shelf behind the tv.
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