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Old 06-15-2015, 07:38 PM   #1
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Got rid of stiff neck.

I took out my couch and installed a love seat recliners. They are nice but the TV is hard to watch up front. With a little thought and not much of it, I sprung into action. Not to fancy but works for us. The TV sits on a little pedestol so Kate now has a computer desk. Now I can look staight ahead. Jim
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Did much the same thing in the '02 DSDP. Wife likes to lay on her stomach in bed and watch TV. The old CRT unit was too high so I got a new LED unit and used a removable mount in the old location. Could just unhook the mount and set in on the built in chest of drawers. Then we traded the DSDP and the Magna has the TV mounted lower so it works OK for her.
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Old 06-15-2015, 08:02 PM   #3
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When we travel I will take the TV down and set it under the desk . When not watching and want to look out the window I will be able to set it down to keep the DW happy. Jim
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Ours has the optional Newmar desk setup just opposite the sofa, so it was a no brainer to remove the boat anchor/head knocker CRT TV from the middle front, and go to a 32" flat screen TV on the computer desk that doubles as a computer monitor!
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We moved our TV to the side cabinet over the co-pilot chair. It actually fits inside perfectly and is on an extension arm that allows us to pull it out and move it more in front of us when watching. Love it!
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We took both TVs out... all the way out! Solved a lot of problems.

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