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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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I have a 60 inch Mitsubishi and there are light red shadows in the tv. is this an easy fix


It sounds like you need to re-adjust your convergence. The purpose of adjusting your convergence is to align your red, green, and blue colors. Moving your TV often causes this problem. I hope you get it going.

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Need to transport a Toshiba 43vs9ua 43" TV....can it be laid down on its screen or back for 3 hours??? And if so what is the standing period prior to turning it on?


If this is a tube type TV it should be transported the same way as a Plasma type. Upright. The reason for this is because if the screen is not supported in the centre and evenly across the whole area of the surface, it may break being made of glass and heavy. I normally transport them face toward the side of the van and up against 2" of foam rubber with tie down straps to keep it steady.
There is no standing time before use however, if the climate is different to the transport, (air conditioned and cool but warm in the room it is put in), it is adviseable to let it reach the same temperature avoidind problems with condensation. This normally takes a couple of hours.
Hope that helps.

Mar 29, 2011 | Televison & Video

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I have a Sony Wega KP-FX432M91 Prjection TV. I am moving house and I want to know if I can lay the TV flat on it's back to move as it's too tall to stand upright in our vehicle


Hi,
Please do not lay tv on its back because of its internal design, things are mounted inside vertically and screws are holding them in place. Laying tv on back will put force on screws that might came off or get loose and you will end up with a distorted picture on tv screen.
Move tv in stand upright position, it is safe.
Hope this will help.
Thanks.

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Little white spots appearing. Started with one now have 8. They look like little stars. TV is only 2-years old


most likely a problem with the optical engine. that tv is a DLP and it uses a DMD device that is made by texas instruments that has millions of tiny mirrors on the face that move independantly and the white spots are going to be stuck mirrors that are not moving. suggest calling mitsubishi customer support for possible repair accomodation. that repair depending on the labor would be around $1500.00 total parts cost is around $1100.00. mitsubishi customer support 1-800-332-2119

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I have a Pioneer SD-P55A3 and i was wondering if it can be taken apart for moving purposes?


No,don't this tv is a delicate equipments inside.Tv CRTS R,G,B TUBES guns are easily to be broken if dosen't have the outer frame to protect it.Also the Tv CRTS R,G,B TUBES guns have coolant chemicals inside it,could also damage ur tv even if the CRTS R,G,B TUBES guns are not broken.Tries to put it on the cargo pallet,put a heavy blanket on.Ties it with a heavy ropes tightly and firmly.Than put it in a moving Rider truck or a personal truck.Now firmly sacures the tv for good not to make any movment.Now u can tranport it anywhere.

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Moving the TV


Hi,
TV should be in upright position during transportation in some safe packing around it.
Thanks.

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SELL TV: HOW DO WE MOVE IT


Howdy,
The best way to transport the TV is standing up with the front secured to a 'side' of vechile. If you don't have that choice lay the TV down on it's face. With both make sure you have plenty of moving blankets.The side would be my last resort because of stability. DO NOT LAY ON BACK!!!!

Good Move, big IRISH.

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Moving tv


no u will be ok only on plamasa tvs will this effect it sumtimes

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The best ways to move my 55 inch Mitsubishi TV to another home?


Move it with an appliance hand truck and do not lay it on it's side. When transporting, always keep unit standing upright. Good Luck

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