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Old 08-21-2014, 07:40 PM   #1
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Removing bedroom JVC TV

I am trying to take out the JVC tv in the bedroom of my 06 Select. I figured that I would need to lift it straight up, but it did not budge. It appears to be anchored towards the top of the TV. I am always afraid to apply to much pressure being afraid I will break something.

I know others have replaced this TV, how did you remove it?

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I do know about the Select, but on my Envoy the wood trim above the bedroom TV held in from moving upward. The trim was mount using a piano hinge so all I needed to do was push it and it folded back allowing me to lift the TV up about an inch and then I was able to pull it out of the cabinet.

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I do know about the Select, but on my Envoy the wood trim above the bedroom TV held in from moving upward. The trim was mount using a piano hinge so all I needed to do was push it and it folded back allowing me to lift the TV up about an inch and then I was able to pull it out of the cabinet.

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I pulled up on the trim and then tried to lift up the TV, but it would not move. I was afraid to put to much muscle into it thinking I might break something. Maybe I do need to try harder.

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Ben,

IIRC mine was secured from moving left to right and front to back with pieces of wood attached to the shelf the set was siting on. It came out pretty easily once the overhead trim was removed. Do you have access below the TV (possibly removing a drawer) to see if they screwed it in from the bottom? If not, maybe it's just a tight fit. Good luck and I'm sure others will be interested in what you find.

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Ben,

IIRC mine was secured from moving left to right and front to back with pieces of wood attached to the shelf the set was siting on. It came out pretty easily once the overhead trim was removed. Do you have access below the TV (possibly removing a drawer) to see if they screwed it in from the bottom? If not, maybe it's just a tight fit. Good luck and I'm sure others will be interested in what you find.

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Lou, there is plenty of room all around my TV. When I pull out on the bottom of it, it appears to be attached about 2/3s the way up in the back.

I guess I am going to have to just put more muscle into it and see if it will lift up.

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The TV on mine was screwed into the TV bottom from inside the drawer below and then pull forward to release the back. Be careful if weighs about 250 lbs.
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The TV on mine was screwed into the TV bottom from inside the drawer below and then pull forward to release the back. Be careful if weighs about 250 lbs.
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Mine was exactly the same. Two guys to haul it out the door, a tight fit................ JB
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Wow, what size TV's did they put in the Selects? My bedroom one was only about 19" and maybe weighted 50 lbs and the Living Room one was larger, but I would guess 100 lbs max. I removed them both myself so they couldn't have been much more.

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my tv has a lip on the front of the cabinet and the trim around the sides and top are nailed or screwed and I can't get it off (easily).
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has any one removed the TV from this setup?
I can pull the lip off the shelf, but am afraid that will damage finish.
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my tv has a lip on the front of the cabinet and the trim around the sides and top are nailed or screwed and I can't get it off (easily).
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has any one removed the TV from this setup?
I can pull the lip off the shelf, but am afraid that will damage finish.
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You have to pull the trim off. I tried everything I could to remove mine with the trim installed, but it won't happen. Carefully pry until you get a small gap between the trim and the base. Once you have enough space to fit a pry bar in then getting it the rest of the way off is easy.
Your going to do more damage to that lower trim trying to get the TV out with it still on, so just take it off then pin nail it back in.
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At least 2-3" screws from the bottom underneath....like the other posts said.Shouldn't have to remove any wood...at least I didn't.
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I use a 3" drywall knife not a screwdriver to spread the force over a larger area to avoid nicks and start at the bottom where any damage can't be seen. There are screws inside the drawer and a clip at the back of the TV base.
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I pulled the trim off the shelf. Then I found the hinge at the top inside of the facing. So I looked under the shelf and found the 2 screws everyone said would be there.
Luckily I didn't mess up the finish when I pulled the trim. I should have looked twice before acting.
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