Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions

2 Answers

TV weight I need to know the weight of my 1986 Panasonic Model CT275f12t to know if it will fit on a TV stand that I have purchased.

Posted by on

  • HarrietFeldm May 24, 2008

    The TV is too heavy for us to lift on to a standard scale.

  • ever81 May 25, 2008

    do you know how much this tv weights?

×

2 Answers

Weight - in pounds - what is the weight?

Posted on Oct 04, 2008


  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

  • Contributor
  • 1 Answer

The trick to lifting Large TVs' is that they are very 'front' heavy, that is, most of the weight is in the picture tube...recall the "problem" of unstable TVs' from years ago (Children pulling down TVs')
If the TV is on the floor you can put a large pillow at the front (Picture tube face) on the floor & carefully tip the set forward onto the pillow. You can then measure the bottom of the set to see if it will fit on your stand. If you are concerned about the weight simply attempt to sit your body (180 lbs?) on your suspect stand..if it holds your weight your good...wiggle around to see how stable it is.
_________________________________________________Rick......

Posted on May 25, 2008

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Panasonic color TV model CT-32G9J won't turn on.


been a long time since fixed an crt tv. but if you have a stand by light the problem on this model is the control chip if remember right it sits on the left side near to the front. think its an 8 pin chip. these just go and it will not turn on. these chips are easy to get hold of and are cheap. you just need to remove it and replace with a new one. and the tv will work again. its not on the power board but is controlling the power start up. if there is no stand by light its a longer problem to solve. it could be a number of problems. would need to know if any problems happened before the tv did not turn on.

Jan 15, 2014 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

1 Answer

Toshiba 32D46 - Need to know weight in order to determine whether tv stand will support it safely.


Hello

Your Toshiba 32D46 model TVs weight and diamensons are

Width: 29-9/16 in. (751 mm)

Height: 25-15/16 in. (658.5 mm)
Depth: 21-3/4 in. (552 mm)

114.7 lbs. (52.0 kg)
OK

Jan 02, 2011 | Toshiba 32D46 32" TV

1 Answer

Trying to find a tv stand for this tv. what is the weight of the tv


  • Dimensions: 29" H, 30 1/8" W, 22 1/2" D
  • Approx. Shipping Weight: 120 Lbs. I would get a stand that gives you some extra capacity for safety. Measure the base of the TV so you know the dimensions of the sets "footprint" to know the dimensions you need for the stands shelf to accomodate the set. Good luck
  • Nov 25, 2009 | RCA F32648 32" TV

    1 Answer

    Weight of TV...in order to select proper wall/ceiling mount


    Quick solution:
    Weigh yourself on a scale. If you can, pick up the TV and step on the scale again. The difference between the two readings is the weight of your TV.

    May 11, 2009 | JVC AV-27850 27" TV

    2 Answers

    Weight


    I have one of these TVs and still love it.  The manual says that the weight is listed at 250lbs (approx.).  Most of the TV stands in retail stores only hold up to 240lbs., so that is something to consider.

    Sep 23, 2007 | Mitsubishi CS-40503 TV

    1 Answer

    Weight of TV


    near about 75 kg.

    Sep 19, 2007 | Proscan PS36500 36" TV

    Not finding what you are looking for?
    Standard (CRT) Televisions Logo

    Related Topics:

    1,002 people viewed this question

    Ask a Question

    Usually answered in minutes!

    Top Standard (CRT) Televisions Experts

    The Knight
    The Knight

    Level 3 Expert

    68223 Answers

    matt martin
    matt martin

    Level 3 Expert

    1191 Answers

    Donald DCruz
    Donald DCruz

    Level 3 Expert

    17129 Answers

    Are you a Standard (CRT) Television Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

    Answer questions

    Manuals & User Guides

    Loading...