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Old 02-22-2015, 02:18 PM   #1
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05 MADP bedroom TV removal

We are new owners of an 05 MADP 4303. I am going thru the coach top ot bottom to bring everything up to date, as it sat for some time before we acquired it.
So far so good. But, the bedroom TV is the original Sony Wega CRT. We want to remove it, but i am failing. I don't really know what is holding it in. I took off the wood trim ring (4 screws), and two screws under a rail near the front. Something still is holding it down somewhere near the back. But looking under and around, I see nothing to undo. The panel under the TV (top inside of cabinet below TV) has no screws, but there is some space between it an the bottom of the TV cabinet (enclosed).
Does anyone know how Newmar mounted this thing or how to get it out?
Frustrated, and don't want to damage anything. Although, damage to TV would not be an issue.
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Welcome to the forum bearfootbear.
In QT's # 3 there is a section of TV's to LCD's conversions, take a look.
Here is a Brochure and Owners Guide for you.
Do you have a metal plate to bottom of TV and you removed two screws in front of plate to slide TV out, may have it tilted as mine was shown in QT's 1 & 2 item # 4.
Below in my signature are links to many more for your Newmar.
Congratulations many safe travels with your Newmar and welcome to the family.
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When I removed mine I had the same dilemma until I went into the back of the TV through the closet. From there I found a strap attached to the TV by one screw. Removed the screw and out she came. Replaced it with a 26" LED.
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Here is another with the door/TV open.
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Outstanding job Dennis. When the time comes (determined by wife's level of whining) I know how I'm going to do mine.
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Thanks Dennis, Newmar sure has different methods of mounting their TV's over the years.
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Outstanding job Dennis. When the time comes (determined by wife's level of whining) I know how I'm going to do mine.
Thanks Gary, I have to admit my only contribution to the project was the idea. Since I'm a lousy carpenter, I had Truline RV in Spokane do the work. They did a very nice job. Notice the little modified brass latch to prevent the door from swinging open.
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Hello there Dennis! Great job/idea! looks great......is that a sound bar at the bottom?
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Hello there Dennis! Great job/idea! looks great......is that a sound bar at the bottom?
Not a sound bar. They just left it open (with black cloth backing) because the standard speakers and IR sensor are there. It is a run of the mill Samsung 26" LED.
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Thanks for the fast response. My son came by and we figured it out. He works on boats, and has seen most odd ways to mount stuff. Turns out that a plywood base is screwed the bottom of the tv, and it must be lifted up evenly to pull out over top of a recess in the cabinet base. It also fits under another small plywood bit on back wall.
All is well now. Thanks again.
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