I have a 2007 Itasca Suncruiser. The existing TV is original and I need to replace it. It is situated in a cabinet above the fireplace. It is secured by bolts which look like they need to be taken out from below. Do I have to remove the fireplace to get to these bolts? Any help is appreciated.
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I have a 2005 Suncruiser 38J without the fireplace. I have a cabinet where the fireplace would be installed. I had to remove the panel at the top of the cabinet in order to get to the bolts that held the TV in. So I would assume you need to pull the fireplace out and if the bolts are not visible then remove the panel. Mine was held in by a few staples and I was able to pry it loose with a flat tip screw driver. I used a few screws to put the panel back in to make it easier in the future if I need to remove it.