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TV storage in sub zero temps

I use my Vizio TV in my RV. Can I store it there all winter in sub zero temps. without damaging it?
I saw an article in a RV magazine that said you must take your flat screen TV in during the winter so it doesn't freeze.
Or, when traveling in early winter we motel it going south and bring the TV in with us so it won't be damaged from freezing overnight.
I live in northern Minnesota.

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All electronics devices,can't be on exposer to cold 20 degrees or hot 110 degrees very long only a couples hours.Than the componnents on the pc board will malfunsctions or dies all together.Bring it with you and store it at 45-50 degrees should be no problems.

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