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Old 04-02-2014, 02:12 PM   #1
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Console droop

2004 Southwind V32. The Front console that holds the tv appears to be pulling away from the roof on the right side. Questions. Is it glued up. Can I sink lag bolts into the beam above the condole. Any wisdom to impart?
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:20 PM   #2
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Different coaches, different methods of hanging the TVs/cabinets. You probably should just pull the TV out and see what is going on. Ours has square steel tubing that's tied in to the cabinetry and supporting the weight of the TV. The wood that frames the TV is held to the cabinet with 4 screws behind 4 wooden bungs. Removing the frame will expose how the TV is attached...careful, those dino TVs are heavy. Once you get the TV out, you should be able to tell what's happening. Good luck.

We must be driving on the same bad roads.
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