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Old 10-09-2016, 04:23 PM   #1
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Winnebago Aspect TV Removal

Try as we might we cannot figure out how to remove this TV without ruining the front of the cabinet. We loosened the bolts inside cabinets on the side which are connected to TV but do not know how to remove front wood to get tv out. HELP please

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Old 10-09-2016, 04:30 PM   #2
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You said loosened " bolts " is this a flat screen TV with a swivel mount?
Could you add your coaches year to the post.
Sometime the wood trim has wings down the side of the TV and screws in from the cabinets that must be removed, in order to remove the trim.

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I have a 2005 Aspect and it has a narrow vertical trim piece of wood that hides the frame screws. It needed to be gently pried off with a flat blade screwdriver so I used a wide putty knife underneath to protect the wood frame. Once removed there are 2 screws holding the frame to the metal housing. I hope this helps.

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I had a 2007 Aspect 26A and after removing the trim piece like you did, I had 4 screws
(2 on each side) holding the frame on. Frame off, TV can slide out, but be careful, the orginial TV was very heavy.
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Hey jrwpin, that is exactly how the 2005 Aspect trim and frame were as well. I smiled when you said 'the original TV was very heavy', it sure was. It was nice to get the flat screen installed, we went with a Samsung SmartTV and having the extra features works well for us. No need for the Roku stick, AppleTV or Chromecast.
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