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Old 10-21-2011, 12:43 AM   #1
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Tv removal

I have Winnebago Adventurer 2004 38R I am trying to remove the TV. The TV is in a cabinet behind the passenger chair There is a cabinet below that it sits on I have found two screws in the bottom cabinet and no other screws to loosen or remove,, Can any one help Thanks

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Those are the ones to remove the TV. Are you saying you still cannot get the TV out?

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Welcome to iRV2. Consider posting this question in the Winnebaggo Owners' Forum. Nobody knows your coach like somebody who owns one just like yours.

Go to the iRV2 main page. Scroll down to the Owner's Corner. There you will find the Winnebaggo Owner's Forum.
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Thanks to all that responded I was trying to make simple job complicated it was just the two screws I thought there would be more ...tks again
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