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.
Re: Need to know if TV can be separted into 2 pieces
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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1. Check the lower bobbin tension. Hang it from your finger and adjust until it will unwind about an inch when you bounce it up and down.
2. Ensure the bobbin carrier is inside the machine properly.
When proper and adjusted right you should notice the thread be pick up and move around the bobbin when you move the wheel with your hand. If it sticks then the small piece of metal w/screw located next to the bobbin carrier will need to be loosened and moved slightly away from the carrier. Another thing to check is the piece that is in the bobbin carrier is a pointed object that moves. Remove it and check the point if it is rough. If it is then use a piece of sandpaper to fix it. Try this test again.
3. Feel your top thread when it moves through the needle plate to see if their is a snag when going through it. If there is then you need to smoothen the hole with a finger nail file. Try this test again.
4. Make sure these all past the test or it sewing will be a problem. These things I've mentioned are really easy so let them sound hard.
Hi, You will need to change the dog kit inside the agitator. Remove the cap on top of the agitator and you will find a 7/16" bolt. Remove the bolt and seperate the agitator. The dog kit is located betwee the 2 pieces.
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unplug tv. Remove 4 screws from bottom of tv in front right below speakers on right and left side. Bottom panel slides up and out. Don't disconnect just rest panel on front of tv. Remove two screw at bottom of trim strips on each side of screen. Each one of these strips will slide down and remove. Last piece to remove is trim strip at top of screen. There are no screws to remove. The whole piece simply slides to the right about 2" to 3" inches then will unlock from mount brackets. Pull towards you and slide up and off screen. carefully lift screen up and out of bottom brackett. Top trim piece may be a little tight. Just tap on it with the palm of your hand and have somone pull on strip from other side.
The 65XWX20B comes apart in 2 pieces - there is a top half and a bottom half.
- The bottom half houses all of the electronics, projection lenses, etc. It is very heavy and should be moved with care.
- The top half is basically just the screen.
I have moved this Television multiple times, even up and down from a 3rd floor apartment!
- First remove the screws holding the top and the bottom, the important ones are on the sides of the TV.
- This is important, I suggest 3 people do this part: Slowly lift the top away from the bottom half of the TV, but -not- very far. There is small wiring harness that that attaches the top of the TV to the bottom to a circuit board. This must be unplugged by one person while the other 2 hold the top half of the TV slightly above the bottom half. Note carefully where this plugs in so that you can reassemble easily.
- Once this is disconnected the TV is much easier to move, although still quite heavy and bulky. Do not turn the TV on its side - keep it upright while moving.
I found the problem. Mitsubishi put 2 strips of what looks like rubber caulking inside, presumably to keep the TV from rattling or something. Peel them off from the inside and the top comes off just fine. Both pieces are still very heavy, so its at least a 2 man job moving either piece. Most of the weight seems to be the LDF more than the TV though.