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Moving TV Would it damage the TV if I laid it on it's back side for moving purposes? My vehicle will not accomodate the the tv standing upright

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No it doesnt hurt them. I transport projection screen Tvs all the time by laying them down flatt all the time. You may have to adjust the convergence a little when youre finished moving it, but it wont hurt it.

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