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Old 07-16-2019, 04:33 PM   #1
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Another mystery-TV mount removal

I know there are not many Dutchmen Class c owners on here, but I'm hoping someone can solve a new mystery. I have a 32" Toshiba flat screen mounted in the compartment above the cab of my Dorado 26BE. It has a thin veneer surround, which is double taped on. I need to get it off the mount to run some additional cables (USB and HDMI). However, no matter what I have tried, I can't get the TV off of it's mounting system. It does not pull out, tilt out or side to side and it does not have a lip on top that it hangs on to. It does slide straight up about 6", but that's all it does. I can't get my hands behind it to plug the cables in either. I don't want to break anything, so I'm stumped.
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Old 07-16-2019, 06:06 PM   #2
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I know there are not many Dutchmen Class c owners on here, but I'm hoping someone can solve a new mystery. I have a 32" Toshiba flat screen mounted in the compartment above the cab of my Dorado 26BE. It has a thin veneer surround, which is double taped on. I need to get it off the mount to run some additional cables (USB and HDMI). However, no matter what I have tried, I can't get the TV off of it's mounting system. It does not pull out, tilt out or side to side and it does not have a lip on top that it hangs on to. It does slide straight up about 6", but that's all it does. I can't get my hands behind it to plug the cables in either. I don't want to break anything, so I'm stumped.

If it slides up you need to feel for the key holes. Think of a slot and then a hole. Get the hole lined up with the stud on the TV and she should come straight out to you.
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I know there are not many Dutchmen Class c owners on here, but I'm hoping someone can solve a new mystery. I have a 32" Toshiba flat screen mounted in the compartment above the cab of my Dorado 26BE. It has a thin veneer surround, which is double taped on. I need to get it off the mount to run some additional cables (USB and HDMI). However, no matter what I have tried, I can't get the TV off of it's mounting system. It does not pull out, tilt out or side to side and it does not have a lip on top that it hangs on to. It does slide straight up about 6", but that's all it does. I can't get my hands behind it to plug the cables in either. I don't want to break anything, so I'm stumped.



If it comes up then pull at the bottom towards you. After the bottom comes towards you then try lifting up off the mount.


That is how one of mine works.


Good luck!
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