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Old 04-03-2011, 07:44 PM   #1
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Question TV for Allegro

Have just purchased a 2006 Allegro 32 and am just learning my way around it. Coach has two analog TVs. Am attempting to replace with digital units but cannot determine how to remove. Don't want to start yanking as I got a whole lot of $$$ invested! Is there a "secret" to removing?
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Have just purchased a 2006 Allegro 32 and am just learning my way around it. Coach has two analog TVs. Am attempting to replace with digital units but cannot determine how to remove. Don't want to start yanking as I got a whole lot of $$$ invested! Is there a "secret" to removing?
KiwiKoues, welcome to iRV2.

On our '05 Allegro Bay, the frame around the front of the TV was held in place by 4 screws driven in from the 2 side cabinets. The frame had 2 "wings" that extended back along the sides of the TV. Look in the side cabinets. There will likely be 4 screws on each side. Two hold the cabinets together, and the longer 2 screw into the "wings" on the front frame.
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Old 04-04-2011, 06:35 AM   #3
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KiwiKoues, welcome to iRV2.

On our '05 Allegro Bay, the frame around the front of the TV was held in place by 4 screws driven in from the 2 side cabinets. The frame had 2 "wings" that extended back along the sides of the TV. Look in the side cabinets. There will likely be 4 screws on each side. Two hold the cabinets together, and the longer 2 screw into the "wings" on the front frame.

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you can also call Tiffin service reps fo any assistance or troubleshooting help.
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I was able to mount everything to the Tiffin TV frame using 3/4 inch plywood covered with woodgrain contact paper drilled a hole for the wires . Also used a double articulating mount for ease of disconnecting and removeing tv to bring in and put in spare bedroom when grand kids stay over. Used a Vizio led/lcd 26" tv. Weighs in at 11 lbs and uses 44 watts at full power. Works great with my 400 watt plug in inverter when dry camping.
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I was able to mount everything to the Tiffin TV frame using 3/4 inch plywood covered with woodgrain contact paper drilled a hole for the wires . Also used a double articulating mount for ease of disconnecting and removeing tv to bring in and put in spare bedroom when grand kids stay over. Used a Vizio led/lcd 26" tv. Weighs in at 11 lbs and uses 44 watts at full power. Works great with my 400 watt plug in inverter when dry camping.
Do you have any photos of your project that you can share?
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Do you have any photos of your project that you can share?
I wrote our TV replacement project up in our blog. If you're interested, there are numerous photos.
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