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Old 01-31-2015, 12:58 AM   #1
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2005 Lexington GTS 27 TV replacement

I need to replace the entire over-cab storage area/TV due to roof leakage. I can't figure out how to remove the existing dinosaur TV. Any help?
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Can you post a front picture of what you have for this dinosaur? Mine had a frame around tv and tv was mounted to a piece of plywood.
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I than mounted plywood flat to surface, stained and mounted 32" Vizio. Picked this one due to thickness of Tv.
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32" Vizio Smart TV from Bj's
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I hung my 32 TV from a mount attached to a cabinet on the side of my unit. Mount has an extending arm, swivels and extends 15" so I can move it around, out of the way, not interfering with the over-cab sleeping and storage area.
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Thanks for the responses. It's in storage, so the next time I go up to run the gen I'll grab a pic. But it's the old tube type TV apparently mounted on top of a board, and that board prevents it from being lifted out of its cubby. I have to replace the whole front cabinet, so I could just take a crowbar to the whole thing.
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That board is only held in place by 2 screws
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