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Moving Information I am moving my MItsubishi tv and was wondering the best way to do it. I have to move it up a set of stairs so i was wondering if I can break it down into two parts and move it.

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Re: Moving Information

Poczekaj, not a good idea to break it down, screen assembly is veery fragile when not installed into the set, best thing to do is rent a refridgerator type dolly, wrap the front of the set with blankets and then put the dolly under the side of the tv, winch up the strap and with 2 people walk it up the stairs, one pulling the dolly the other person at the other end to push upwards, slow and easy and you`ll have no problem, if hauling in a pick-up it MUST be winched down to the bed or it will fall, (been there done that :) hope this is what you needed, more questions? feel free to e-mail me back, Happy Holidays, BMW Rider

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