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How to disassemble a VS-70705 for transport

There's 2 large bolts on the sides. I removed them but still can't figure out how to separate the top from the bottom. Any other secret magic screws to loosen?
I'm trying to move this monster and to move it in one piece is near impossible unless you have some NFL players handy to help.

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I found the problem. Mitsubishi put 2 strips of what looks like rubber caulking inside, presumably to keep the TV from rattling or something. Peel them off from the inside and the top comes off just fine. Both pieces are still very heavy, so its at least a 2 man job moving either piece. Most of the weight seems to be the LDF more than the TV though.

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