Question about Toshiba 57H81 57" Rear Projection Television
I need to move this TV from one house to another. I'd like to use a trailer rather than a truck because of the height. However, trailers tend to be bouncy and I worry that this could damage the internal components.
Anyone have experience with this or know the proper way to move this TV?
You would be best moving it on a truck, vs. a trailer. I know that height is a concern, but this damage due to debris can be minimized by judicious use of refrigerator boxes (see local sears store) to protect it.
Either way, plan on having to realign the screen when you finally get it moved. This is normal. Moving on a trailer just might permanently misalign the screen so that the processor in the tv cannot compensate for it.
UHaul also rents blankets / pads without having to rent anything else as well. You might consider that option.
On the other hand, this tv was likely trucked across America inside a trailer on the back of a semi. But that trailer also had a lot more weight in it as well. Personally, I would move it using a pickup.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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