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Old 06-30-2013, 10:42 AM   #1
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I have a 2012 Voltage 3950. How do you remove garage tv?
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Old 06-30-2013, 11:10 AM   #2
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very carefully? LOL - just joking - I don't have a TV in our garage so I really can't help you.
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I have a 3200 Voltage so I am sure its the same. You must slip your hand behind the left side of the tv. Its real tight. There is a lever that locks the TV onto the bracket. Once you find it trip the lever and the TV will lift off the bracket. The same for the bedroom TV.
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Old 06-30-2013, 02:05 PM   #4
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I have a 2013 Voltage 3895. Having removed all inside TVs atleast once, i can confirm that mine are removed simply by lifting up and pulling out. Be careful to ensure their is enough cable slack or you risk damaging the RCA connectors on TV in the garage.
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It will not just lift up and pull out must be a lever on left side of tv but my big hands will not fit
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It will not just lift up and pull out must be a lever on left side of tv but my big hands will not fit

There's probably a release bar behind the TV. You'll need someone with small hands to reach back there and manipulate the release bar. Once off, the TV will drop back into the locking groove. Use a mirror and flashlight to look back there to see how the bar is situated.

Not all TV hangers are the same, even in the same rig. I think it depends on whatever is at hand at the time.
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Old 06-30-2013, 06:37 PM   #7
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I have a 3200 Voltage so I am sure its the same. You must slip your hand behind the left side of the tv. Its real tight. There is a lever that locks the TV onto the bracket. Once you find it trip the lever and the TV will lift off the bracket. The same for the bedroom TV.
I don't know if you noticed yet but the TV in the bedroom has a hand hole cut out in the shelf like thing. Reach up under the shelf and you can get to the release bar very easily.
Of course the garage TV doesn't have the cut out because of the radio that's immediately under the TV.

Nice to know now that you've changed the coax connecter huh?
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I have a 2012 Voltage 3950. How do you remove garage tv?
I have the 2013 3200 and there is a cutout in the bottom shelf (not noticeable unless you look under it because it's against the wall) that you simply slide your hand up and in to pull the lever to release the TV. It releases the bottom and you can easily rotate and lift it off of the bracket. Appears to be hit/miss if you have the cutout based on model/year.

Same cutout exists in the bedroom on my 2013 model.
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Yepper sundance I knew about the slot in the bedroom box. I have had all my tv's out just to change out the connectors and splitters.. I get a great pic on all my tv's now by either sat cable or air.
The trick with the flashlight and a mirror is what I used the first time I had to figure out the trick to getting the tv off.
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