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I leave Michigan for the entire winter and there is no heat in the house, will below freezing weather hurt my lcd tv. Also can i store the tv in a flat position.

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If you mean flat so you can slide it under a bed for example so it's not visible to someone looking through the windows, then that is fine. The easiest way to do it is lay a blanket on the floor, lay the TV onto the blanket on its back and put another blanket over the screen to help keep dust off it, then slide the whole thing under the bed.
The below freezing I cannot comment on, I live in Australia were cold means anything thats not over 30 degreess celcius =)

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