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Old 07-29-2019, 02:03 PM   #1
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Easy fix for tv, hard to get to.

Our outside tv wouldn’t work.
The wall it is in is behind the sofa couch.
I suspected it came unplugged from the 110 outlet.
Looking through the crack between the bedframe and the couch back I couldn’t see or feel where the outlet was.
So, .....
I removed the couch. 4 bolts each side, self tappers into the floor.
I pulled the couch out and there were several bundles of cables.
Underneath in one corner was the duplex outlet, with the tv plug loose, halfway out.
I checked for power to be sure, 116 volts.
I spread the prongs and plugged the tv into the other plug in.
TV worked.
By the way, there were two nice nuts in the fllor on each side for a couch but they didn’t line for the one in the coach.

Now I know where the plug is!
1 hour long 15 second job.
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Old 07-31-2019, 06:53 AM   #2
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On the bright side... At least you didn't have to go to Lowes/Home Depot four times to get the right part...
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