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Relocating tv I have a Mitsubishi WS65807 Projection TV that i want to move to a lower level in my house.. With th size and weight, it is impossible to move down 10 stairs. does this unit come apart to make it easier to move?

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Re: relocating tv

Yes, this set does come apart for moving. Remove the lower screw from each side of the TV back. On both sides, pull off the two plastic caps and remove the two exposed screw. Lift the cabinet top straight up until the guide pins clear the holes in the bottom cabinet. Be careful and don't drop anything.

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