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Can I leave my HDTV in freezing conditions over the winter? I have a cover but it won't insulate the unit. Thank you.

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Most people will tell you it will harm it but consider the following we wash tvs in water then dry them out and they work fine the only part i would be concerned about would be the screen but there well sealed just make sure before its next used put it out in the sun and get all the moister out of it before plugging it in

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