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Old 06-13-2010, 06:36 AM   #1
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Drop Down Television

Greetings all.

Our new to us 2003 Magna has a 42" tv that drops down out of the ceiling. Yesterday we went to let it down and all we got was the same ratcheting noise that it makes if you hold the switch too long when raising it.

Any ideas on how I can get it down?

Thanks in advance,

Jerry
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Any ideas on how I can get it down?
Jerry, How did you make out? Did you get this thing to move at all?
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I got hold of an ex-CC tech out in Oregon and he remembered the name of oem supplier, Knudtson mfg. Called them and the guy said (obviously) that the nut was seized on the screw. He did say they could rebuild or replace it.

It's now at Parliament Coach in Clearwater and I'm going to let them handle it. I've told them I don't necessarily have to go back with exactly the same system. I wouldn't mind if it was gas struts and raised/lowered manually.

We'll see.
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