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Old 06-08-2016, 04:06 PM   #1
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Bedroom TV Removal

Has anyone removed the Bedroom TV from the wall ?

I took the two allen bolts out and freed the bottom of the TV, but can't seem to find what is holding the top portion on the rail up there.

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My tv only has the screws in the bottom of the bracket then you just lift strength up then away.


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Old 06-08-2016, 08:40 PM   #3
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You may want to say what year and model.

I replaced the bedroom TV in my 2012 390bh60.

I filled in the whole after reinforcing the opening. Installed a powerbar since existing was only a single. Attached a much larger LED TV to an articulating arm. Installed a shelf to hold a bluray player and a soundboard with subwoofer. Lastly a little trim and stain to finish things off.

Total job took an hour or two. TV is still wired to watch movies from front or back machines
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Kenny
You may want to say what year and model.

I replaced the bedroom TV in my 2012 390bh60.

I filled in the whole after reinforcing the opening. Installed a powerbar since existing was only a single. Attached a much larger LED TV to an articulating arm. Installed a shelf to hold a bluray player and a soundboard with subwoofer. Lastly a little trim and stain to finish things off.

Total job took an hour or two. TV is still wired to watch movies from front or back machines
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You may want to say what year and model.

I replaced the bedroom TV in my 2012 390bh60.

I filled in the whole after reinforcing the opening. Installed a powerbar since existing was only a single. Attached a much larger LED TV to an articulating arm. Installed a shelf to hold a bluray player and a soundboard with subwoofer. Lastly a little trim and stain to finish things off.

Total job took an hour or two. TV is still wired to watch movies from front or back machines

Would you post more info on your new install please. What size tv did you use. Any pictures also please.
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Just in case there are others who learn as slow as I do

In order to remove it, I found that there are adjusters for tilting the TV at the top and rear of the TV bracket. They are plastic knurled knobs, and on mine, so tight, I needed pliers to loosen them. They locked the TV in a vertical position, so that there was not enough clearance when lifting the TV to allow it to come out of the channel holding the top in.
Once loosened and the TV tilted forward at the top, it lifted right out.
Now I know why I never elected to become an engineer.
(Although, it has happened where I was called an f'n engineer in the past)

Thanks to all who replied.

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