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Kim Pickett Posted on Feb 07, 2007
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Do the wheels easily come off this unit?

Anyone removed the wheels? Need about 1" of clearance to put this TV where I want it.. I want to remove the wheels(casters) and place the TV on something that will let me slide it into position on a tile floor. Thanks,

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They should just be standard casters on the bottom. The tough part is laying the TV on its side to remove them.

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