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Old 11-04-2014, 10:48 AM   #1
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Can anyone help me my TV went down need to replace do not know how to take out of cabinet in bedroom of a 2005 winnebago 40
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Old 11-04-2014, 11:04 AM   #3
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Don't know about the bedroom tv, but to get my main tv out, I had to carefully pull off some strips of trim on the front of the cabinet to uncover the screws.
A pic might help us answer you better.
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Contact Winnebago. They are usually very helpful.
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Can anyone help me my TV went down need to replace do not know how to take out of cabinet in bedroom of a 2005 winnebago 40
If yours is like mine, (2005 Suncrusier), then you need to get below the cabinet base that the TV sits on. Below my TV was a washer/dryer combo. You should find two bolts (one on each side) that hold down a long metal strap that goes over the TV. Remove those bolts then get something like a putty knife and slide it between the sides and top of the TV and the strap and pry. The top of my strap had a rubbery substance and stuck to the TV.

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Old 11-05-2014, 01:47 AM   #6
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On my 05 Voyage you had to remove the paneling from the bottom of the cabinet, it's stapled or pin nailed then loosen the bolts on a strap that holds the TV in place. Take care removing the paneling because you'll have to put it back. Hope I was of some help.
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Old 11-09-2014, 10:35 PM   #7
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Others are correct. Under the TV is a panel. Remove this panel and you have access to the bolts that fasten the TV in. I did this for my 2007. Here is a picture:
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Can anyone help me my TV went down need to replace do not know how to take out of cabinet in bedroom of a 2005 winnebago 40
I see all these folks eager to help but no one said :welcome:

I removed my bedroom TV on my '05 Vectra FD and lined the cabinet with Luna and installed a shelf. Look good and worked well.

Look under the deck the TV is on. You should find screws there to the left and right of the front of the TV. Remove them and the set should be freed.

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Others are correct. Under the TV is a panel. Remove this panel and you have access to the bolts that fasten the TV in. I did this for my 2007. Here is a picture:
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Was in a rush yesterday. Nice upgrade.
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