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Old 07-13-2016, 02:40 PM   #1
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Replace TV in 2006 Discovery

Has anyone replaced the old tv in the front in a 2006 39s discovery????? if so do you have any info you can share and pictures. thks

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TV location and cabinetry typically vary by floor plan, so other '07 Discoverys may differ from yours. Even other brands of other coaches will be similar, though, with just minor differences in details.

Basically the choice is to mount within the existing cabinet or on the face of it (the tv is thin enough that it does not have to be recessed). Mounting on the face allows a larger tv in most cases. You can also decide whether to reduce the depth of the cabinet or leave it as-is.

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I recently replaced the front TV in my 2008 Bounder. Looking at a picture of a 2006 Discovery 39V the TV install appears to be the same. This is a picture of my install. I went with a 32 inch Samsung. I fits inside the cabinet along with all the A/V/equipment that was in the side cabinets.
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