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Need to know if TV can be separted into 2 pieces

Is there a way to remove the bottom piece of the TV in order to move it. I am trying to move this TV up some stairs and it won't fit in one piece, I need to know if it can seperated into 2 pieces. Thank you.

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Yes it can and does come apart in 2 fairly equal sized pieces. There are some screws on the sides when removed the top half with the mirror will lift off. It may require some extra force the first time it is done but comes apart with ease after that

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    Actually, there are two screws on each side of the tv near the top of the bottom half. If you remove all four screws the top half will lift up. You have to go up about four inches for the flanges to clear on either side then you can move laterally i any direction. There is no wiring or connections in the top half so as soon as its clear you can move it somewhere else.

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No they are made as one piece and arent made to be separated..take a close look at the tv and you will see theres no way for it to come apart

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