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Old 10-05-2016, 08:49 PM   #1
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I am going to replace my standard definition tv with a flat screen HD model. The lower part of the the tv cabinet in my 2004 Winnebego Journey has a plastic cover with what I would call push button plastic fasteners that match the plastic cover in color. My question is is there a tool that I can use that will remove these without damaging the cover since it will be re installed after the tv switch?
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Old 10-06-2016, 06:51 AM   #2
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I replaced my boat anchor a few years ago. I think you are referring to the plastic anchors holding the large bottom plastic cover of the TV cabinet. You have to get a small screw driver or pick and pop out the center section. You will then be able to access the phillips head screws holding the cover.

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Thanks for the reply. Some of the fasteners are in a tight spot to get to. I wonder about drilling the plastic pins out and not touching the screw heads.

What did you fine after taking the cover off the bottom? Can you get to the tv anchor bolts after you get that off? I know all installs are different, but what did you find?
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I sent you a private E Mail with my phone #. Give me a call and I can better understand your set up.
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