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Old 04-04-2015, 02:46 PM   #1
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Removing the TV from a 2010 HR Arista

How do I get the TV out of the Cabinet in my HR Arista 34SBD?
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The HR Arista 34SBD I saw has a flat screen TV mounted on the wall exposed when slide is extended. Is that what you're talking about? Most flat screen TVs are mounted on a wall mount that might have a lever or screw that must be released, then the TV is lifted up, off the mount and lowered to the floor.
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Yes, this is the one with the tv on the wall. I have a flat panel mount in my family room and know what you are talking about. There is no way that I see to get behind the tv to release it from the mount.
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Here is a pic of the wall with the TV in place. It is a great mount and if I can figure out how to take it out to get to the HDMI connectors, I will be a happy man!

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