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Old 05-27-2019, 02:09 PM   #1
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I can't access the back of my main TV. It is a Toshiba mounted just inside of the entrance door on the side of a pantry and cabinets in my 2010 Georgetown 373. I need to get access to the HDMI port which is behind on the left side. The TV is mounted to 2 vertical square tube rails of which is screwed to the plywood on the side of the pantry cabinet.

I would appreciate it if someone can tell me how to remove the tv or get access to the back of it without removing the whole unit.

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Old 05-27-2019, 07:59 PM   #2
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I can't access the back of my main TV. It is a Toshiba mounted just inside of the entrance door on the side of a pantry and cabinets in my 2010 Georgetown 373. I need to get access to the HDMI port which is behind on the left side. The TV is mounted to 2 vertical square tube rails of which is screwed to the plywood on the side of the pantry cabinet.

I would appreciate it if someone can tell me how to remove the tv or get access to the back of it without removing the whole unit.

Bob
Sorry I canít help you based on your mounting hardware description.
I have a 2010 Georgetown 330TS (no longer offered) and it also came with what was a 32Ē Toshiba TV. It died 3-4 years ago and Iíve upgraded to a 40Ē TV (I donít recall the brand name right now.)
Given our Georgetown units were built around the same time I would have thought our mounting brackets would be the same, however, my bracket uses only one flat steel rail piece secured at a 45 degree angle to a plate on the counter, and the plate attached to the back of the TV.
ITS ROCK SOLID AND EASY TO DISASSEMBLE.
You gotta wonder why your design was used.

Good luck.....Iíll be watching.
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Old 05-28-2019, 08:43 AM   #3
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Main TV in Motorhome

I thought I should take pics of my TV location and the mounts behind it therefore I did just that and they are attached here. It appears to me that the TV may be removable by lifting up on it or that it is permanently installed on the mounts which are secured to the plywood box that is installed from inside the pantry and is near impossible to get at. There is another TV mounted on the other side of the pantry for viewing from the dinning table.

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