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Cabinet removal I need to move my tv, but it won't turn the corner on my basement stairs. Is there a way to remove the cabinet base, or separate the tv into a couple smaller, more manageable parts?

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Unfortunatly no there isnt. The tv bottom contains all the circuits, color guns, speakers. From where the bottom of the screen starts to the top is all part of the entire cabinet which is molded plastic. The top part contains a mirror and the screen you see as well as possibly a remote sensor. Short of sawing it in half and tossing it away you could take it apart but this would have to be done completely to gain you the most space and could be dangerous considering the high voltage transformer that the unit uses to power the color guns.

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