Pretty much my whole Career was in some sort of Electronics. About any Spec Sheet differentiates between 'Storage' Temp Spec and 'Operating' Temp Spec.
See some interesting give & take linked below.
High value Electronics are routinely shipped in the Cargo Holds of Planes at -40 F and colder. Shipping Containers are unloaded in Northern Europe; Canada; you name it.
Me, I'd leave the TV in BUT ensure it's allowed to 'coast' up to low Room Temp before turning it on. Part of a separate discussion, here, has to do with letting internal Humidity evaporate naturally as the TV warms up from storage temps.
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