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Old 12-31-2013, 03:35 PM   #1
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Cannot figure out how to Remove TVs

I have a 3200 Voltage and cannot figure out how to remove the TVs that are wall mounted. Help!
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Old 12-31-2013, 04:00 PM   #2
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I have a 3200 Voltage and cannot figure out how to remove the TVs that are wall mounted. Help!
There are instructions listed elsewhere on here in re removing the bedroom & garage TVs. Since I've not done that, I can't help you there.

However, to remove the TV in main LR/Kitchen area of my 3200... you first need to remove the speaker panel mounted above the TV. Use the end of a small flat-head screwdriver to 'pop off' the button covers on each end, which will then expose a Phillips-head screw that needs to be removed.

IMPORTANT: Make a note of which side of that speaker panel is Left & Right... as your screws will only go back into the same holes in wall one way.

After removing the screws, set the panel aside. At this point, you will be able to lift UP, and then OUT to remove the TV from the wall bracket. You can do this by yourself, as I had to do... but it'd be easier to have another set of hands.

Below are a few pictures of the bracket & the 4 mounting 'tabs' on the rear of the TV so you can get an idea of what you have to do.

Of course, install is simply a reversal of the removal... with the TV tabs going into the lower mounting holes.






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Old 12-31-2013, 11:43 PM   #3
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Thanks for the info. I know the outside TV mounts the same way if you have the model with the TV in the slide-out. Didn't know the big inside TV mounted the same way. Good to know. Appreciate the pics and info.
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Old 02-12-2014, 02:48 AM   #4
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ATCGUY -The TV mount in our "Main Seelon" is similar to yours only different. Removal procedure is the same but mount is a bit different. Apparently Dutchmen just throws in what ever is cheapest this week. (Pic attached of ours). The mount on our "Outside" TV is the same.
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Bed room and garage have a hole below the wood shelf for your hand. There is a lever you pull forward then lift TV up and out.
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Got a couple of pic's of the mount in our garage. Pulling it forward means pull it towards the back of the TV. Took my ole brain a while to grasp that!
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