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Old 01-10-2016, 07:04 AM   #1
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TV access problem.


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Trying to figure out how to access the back of TV. It's a 2007 Tropi Cal, the previous owner updated to LED TV.
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Old 01-10-2016, 07:14 AM   #2
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If it's like mine there is a plastic cover under the TV that you pry out.
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I'm wondering if the front frame was attached with small brads which the holes were then filled in with wood putty and a small dab of stain put on those dabs would have blended in.

Not the best way to install for future work (like now) but it would have been fast and not my choice. It would need to come apart with a base board chisel
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Not your brand RV but ours has a couple of screws in from the side inside the cabinets on either side. The the plastic "tub" surrounding it on the bottom has about ten screws holding it in that had plastic caps over them. Most of the caps are long gone.
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The front cover is attached with 5 screws. One is in the middle of the top of the frame and the other four are behind the doors on each side(two on each side) and screw into the sides of the frame.
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I agree with speed racer
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This is not a factory install, doubt any of the standard fixes will apply.


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My Seabreeze has a plastic panel under the TV. If that doesn't allow access, remove the wood around the tv... 5 screws like mentioned above. Hopefully they used a TV mount and you can pull the 2 strings at the bottom of the TV to allowing the bottom to be pulled forward.
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In current issue of MotorHome on p.50....article on swapping TV in a 2008 Tiffin Phaeton. Maybe can be helpful.............probably not.
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If there were four or five screws through the front panel I'm guessing four of them would be in the corners, the only picture does not show one in the corner.

Any chanc for more pictures?
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If there were four or five screws through the front panel I'm guessing four of them would be in the corners, the only picture does not show one in the corner.

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No they are not on the corners. If you lift the doors on each side you will see two screws on each side or the wood plugs that cover the holes. If the plugs are still there remove them and the screws are behind the plugs.
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That explains that then, thank you, mine are on the very front. The one in the picture has a cleaner looking front than mine.
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There are 3 screws behind each door and three along the top. There is also a plastic panel on the bottom, I'd like to go in that way but seems to tight to pry out.
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