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Old 04-03-2014, 09:17 PM   #1
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Hopefully the picture posts and if not I'll try this again. I have. 2003 Country Coach Allure with a Sony TV installed over the front windshield. Other than a small hand hole to get to the controls I can't see how to remove the Tav without dismantling the entire overhead console. Has anyone done this? Is there a secret for those of us with large hands?
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Old 04-03-2014, 09:26 PM   #2
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They some times screw screws into the face surrounding the tv through the cabinet walls either side of the tv.
Remove the screws and tv wood surround slips out from around the tv.
In my signature below click on QT's # 3 and scroll down link to the tv to LCD conversion section for some of the change outs of TV's.
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Is there a louvered vent on the backside? If there is, remove it and look up in the hole. Your tv could be screwed to a mount and that hole is the access point. Lots of touchy feeley stuff
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Is there a louvered vent on the backside? If there is, remove it and look up in the hole. Your tv could be screwed to a mount and that hole is the access point. Lots of touchy feeley stuff
It's mounted in a solid wood box. At this point I'm considering driving to a cabinet maker to see what he can do. This thing looks like it was installed for eternity.
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I know for fact that the cabinet was built first and then the TV was installed. Keep looking, maybe through a cover in the cabinet to the right.
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