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Old 04-08-2014, 02:29 PM   #1
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bounder t.v. removal

Can someone please reveal the secret to removing my 26" Samsung t.v. in the front cabinet of my 2006 bounder 35e? Thanks in advance for any help and also any ideas on replacing with a 36" flat screen, Bruc.
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If you look inside the frame you'll see brackets which need to be removed. Once the frame is off you'll see the other fasteners that need to be removed. I suggest you have another person when removing it as it weighs a ton.
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If you look inside the frame you'll see brackets which need to be removed. Once the frame is off you'll see the other fasteners that need to be removed. I suggest you have another person when removing it as it weighs a ton.

This is how our 03 Providence was.
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I was wondering if they used Velcro to hold it down and then the frame for added security ? I took my frame off and can't see any screws , brackets or anything but that thing won't budge. That was my next step is pry it up knowing now I'm replacing it with a Flat Screen, before I just wanted to trace the wiring .
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Mine had 2 carpet covered locks, each held by 2 screws. Once those were removed the TV just slid out.
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Mine had 2 carpet covered locks, each held by 2 screws. Once those were removed the TV just slid out.
Same on my Bounder
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