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Old 07-24-2014, 01:49 PM   #1
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Sea Breeze

I own a 2004 national sea breeze motorhome and want to change out the
main tv in the front of the coach. Has anyone done this before
I can't figure out how to get the wood trim off to remove it.

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Old 07-24-2014, 02:39 PM   #2
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First, find the 'National' forum on this site.. Lots of posts on TV replacement.. Open the glass doors on each side, look for small wood filler "CORKS" the screw heads are behind the fillers, two on each side. As U do this you want to rebuild that head & shoulder banger Tv surround, get it back almost even with your side cabinets.. Also look for a TV with front speakers, so U can hear it.. More questions, ask the National forum guys..

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We did this in our 2006 Seabreeze. Used a 32 inch Sharp TV about 2 years ago. Put it flush with cabinets, turned the trim upside down . Made a nice flat finish. No headbanger now
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Old 07-24-2014, 04:55 PM   #4
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I searched one out.. look at the Top of this page, Owners Forums, National RV.. then search "replace CRT TV's With Flat Screen" More questions, let me know..
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The first thing to do is pop out the wooden plugs (4) that cover the screws on the wood trim. These screws only hold the trim, not the TV. The TV is held in by two long screws that go in through the side cabinets. Have a strongman there to help you remove the old TV, because when you unscrew the side screws it will be coming out.

I replaced mine recently. It came out great. I used a articulating swing arm mount and mounted it inside the cabinet where the old TV was. I can swing the new TV out on the arm if we want. To hold it in place while driving, I used Velcro that I can wrap around and hook to two pieces of heavy duty Velcro on each side of the TV. I moved all the connections from the right cabinet to the center. I would post the pictures but have trouble doing it. One of the girls who works for me did it before but she won't be in till next Thursday. I will have her try to post it then. Or if you want, send me a personal email and I'll email them to you.

PS It worked out great because it gave me room at the bottom for my Dish receiver. And get ready, when you remove the old one they are heavy.
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