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Old 08-05-2006, 06:53 PM   #1
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I need to remove my front TV on my 2001 Alpine. Can anyone tell me how to remove it.
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I need to remove my front TV on my 2001 Alpine. Can anyone tell me how to remove it.
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Old 08-06-2006, 05:47 AM   #3
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You need to remove the vinyl or wood covered ring around the front normally held by a few (4 on ours) screws first. The decorative cover under the tv cabinet then must be removed to reveal a few long screws the secure the tv from the bottom. You may need an extra set of hands to lift it out, go slowly because you will need to remove the coax and power plug.

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On my coach, in addition to the outer facia "ring" that Danny mentioned, there is an upper brace attached to the top and sides of the tv enclosure, and a strip of wood on the bottom that the TV sits on. No screws were on the the bottom holding the TV. It is an easy job and I did it without help, although an extra pair of hands would have come in handy when pulling the TV out of the enclosure.
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