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I need too seperate top from bottom so i can move my tv, whats the best way

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The BEST way is to use professional movers, as usually when self moved they end up in someones workshop, or the scrap heap. Moving these units without special equipment and packaging is thwart with peril. You must be very very careful,it is best to ship it, as one unit. I see so many units that have been moved by the owner, and not done correctly, you need padding and NO jarring it knocks, it must be done Oh so carefully. In ONE unit. They ate just to delicate for words. get it moved by professionals you will not be sorry. Otherwise take extreme care also when transporting it MUST be vibration free. and packaged like glass.

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