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Old 04-27-2011, 04:20 PM   #1
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Fold up TV in the front of coach jams.

I have an 06 Beaver with the flat panel that folds up into the ceiling in the front of the coach. It was originally a plasma supplied by Monaco, but (surprise) plasma's don't like being parallel to the floor so the PO replaced it with a very nice Sony Bravia LCD. TV works great when you can get the TV down.

Anyone have a solution to this stupid system? Mine tends to get stuck closed. The emergency release is NOT accessible when the TV is up (very good design) so to get it down you have to take the panel off the back of the frame that holds the TV. If you have one you probably know that there is no provision in the design to take the panel off with the TV folded away, so you have to pull it off breaking the fasteners, then put screws through it if you want to be able to take it off again later.

Mine is stuck again and I am getting tired of this. Anyone come up with a better solution. Anyone else have this problem?
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