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Moving tv In order to get my tv downstairs where I need it to go I need to lay it on is back and slide it where I am removing a rail. Would putting the tv on its back for that short of time damage anything?

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  • mike23mp Feb 04, 2008

    Thank you for the info on ho to take apart the two sections. This will help me out big time

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Just be very caefully ive done it before in a truck but was super carfully just watch it close they say not too just like my 50 in plmasa but only way to get it home and out wa sto go on side no other option and it was just fine long as u take it super carefullly

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You should always ship and move a projection tv in an upright position. They only have chassis strength in this(upright) position. I would not advise sliding it on its back.

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Feb 03, 2008

    Concerned about what you are trying to do. Just thought I would pass on a snip from the appendix of your user manual for your TV.

    http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/conten...



    Cleaning and Maintaining

    With proper care, your TV unit will give you

    guidelines to get the maximum performance

    Placement

    • Do not place the TV near extremely hot,

    • Do not place the TV near appliances with

    such as vacuum cleaners.

    • Keep the ventilation openings clear; do not

    cloth or paper.

    • Place the TV in a vertical position only.







    Did you read this thread. http://www.fixya.com/support/t138189-sam...



    I have personally moved more than 50 large projection sets and YOU SHOULD NEVER LAY THEM THEM DOWN!!

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    Graeme Ross Feb 09, 2008

    hey mike... since my solution worked out for you, how bout a vote of FixYa for helping you out.



    regards

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No u will be ok only on plamasa tvs will this effect it sumtimes

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step 1Remove the back of the TV Unplug everything from your TV before starting, especially power. I have color coded all the images: All red arrows are screws that should be removed All Green arrows …

fa75sh1fb11kzv9.tiny.jpg step 2Prepare to slide out the Light Engine (but do not slide it out yet) This picture shows the right half of the TV when viewed from behind. The 2 screws on the flexible black piece in the upper right should be removed so that the cable in step…

flullavfb11kzvk.tiny.jpg step 3Unplug 2 cables before sliding out the Light Engine (do not slide it out yet) The cable in the upper right should be removed prior to sliding the Light Engine. It is behind the flexible black plastic, which I gently bent out of the way to remove the …

fpo83umfb11kzwd.tiny.jpg step 4More cables and screws to remove before sliding out the Light Engine You must remove these 3 cables and 1 screw before sliding out the Light Engine. I missed this screw when I did this, and ended up having to reshape the metal piece it goes …

f2087vtfb11kzws.tiny.jpg step 5You may now slide out the Light Engine, but do so slowly, as there are still more cables you need to unplug. This picture is a strange orientation, the left side of the image is toward the back of the TV and the right side is toward the front. This view is with the Light Engine sl…

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ftqc5rffb11kzya.tiny.jpg step 8Clean the color wheel I used Windex, and have not had any problems, but I would recommend that you use distilled water. When working with electronics, spray or pour the cleaner onto the paper to…

fenlw2yfb11kzyg.tiny.jpg step 9Put the color wheel back in. This part is semi difficult. You have to peel off the orange rubber washers carefully, put them back into the color wheel support, then put the color wheel back in. I tried…

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