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Old 05-03-2012, 02:38 PM   #1
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How do i Remove rear bedroom T.V.

I have a 2005 38J Winnebago Adventure we never use the TV and want to make a extra storage has anyone done this?
I removed the under panel of the cabinet but there are no screws under bottom panel for the TV so i can remove it.
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It may be held in with velcro. That is how our was secured in our Bounder. I had to slide a piece of metal under it to release the velcro.
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Sledgehammer?

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Old 05-04-2012, 11:01 AM   #5
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Update
I did find 2 screws that hold down a metal strap but you won't know this tell after you remove the TV also what looks like a speaker in the upper right side of the cabinet
is an air hole you can fit a small hand which in my case was my wife had to put her hand in and push on the back of the TV then i was able to pull it out.
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