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Old 07-25-2014, 12:40 PM   #1
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Smile Winnebago 2005 Voyager rear tv removal

I need to replace my bedroom tv in my 2005 Winnebago voyage. Several sites said to "remove the trim".....My trim is solid oak...it does not just pop off as I have seen in some videos. Does anyone have any ideas. Thank You
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My Winnebago had a cabinet next to the TV and one of the side panels in that cabinet had 4 screws in it, that let me in front the side. Once in, I found a metal strap held down with bolt.

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Old 07-25-2014, 01:11 PM   #3
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My 94 pace arrow had a similar set up . There weren't any screws like the front tv. So I had to use a pry bar to get the front trim off, which was held by finish nails. Test of the cabinet was screwed to the wall. I removed the whole cabinet and where one wall was flush against a closet, I put in a section of 2x8 board and screwed the wall mount into that and put a 24" tv that mounted flush. There were a few pin holes visible from some of the cabinet screws that I could have filled in but I left it alone as nobody would really see them.
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Thanks Gentlemen, sadly that's not the case with our Voyage. The closet is on one side and there's a small cabinet on the other side, but no screws visible anywhere. All ideas and suggestions appreciated though.
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Old 07-25-2014, 03:08 PM   #5
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Mine has screws in the bottom of the cabinet. I haven't changed it yet but it is on the list.
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Old 07-25-2014, 07:35 PM   #6
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my 05 Itasca had a chest of drawers beneath the tv. There were bolts accessed after removing the top drawer.
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Old 07-25-2014, 07:51 PM   #7
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Removing the large black metal strap that wraps the top and front sides of the TV is the challenge. Surely it bolts from the bottom, because the torque from those bolts is what presses the TV firmly down into its cabinet. On my 2005 Vectra, the bolts were obscure and tightly in a corner of the cabinet underneath the TV. Hard to find in dim lighting. Easier to see with good lighting. But they were there! Best of luck with this! \ken
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Thank you everyone for your advice.
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