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Old 11-29-2022, 09:26 AM   #1
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2013 Baystar Sony Flatscreen TV

Hello all... I am trying to remove my TVs in the front overhead and the bedroom to upgrade to smart TVs. They are both 32. I am familiar with ROKU but there are not electrical outlets close by and they only have 1 HDMI plug available. The back of the TVs are on a wood back board. So I am trying to remove them. I called Customer Service and sent out an email for a 2007 flatscreen tube type TV non applicable. Any help would be greatly appreciated...
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It is tough to understand your post, but I will jump in. If there is a TV there already, there is a plug nearby, right?

Winnebago used a lot of different TV mounts, but one common one has 4 screws at the top edge, and then the top tips forward while the bottom of the TV lifts off of a rail.

I put Roku HDMI sticks in each TV in my rig and turned them all into smart TVs. Power for the Roku sticks comes from a USB port on the TV. Very happy with this arrangement. The sticks can be found for $29.

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