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February 02, 2010


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This is an interesting article. Wish I had read this sooner. Thanks for sharing.

Deirdre G

Maddy Karpiak

Hi: Can't wait to see where your 2010 travels will take you. Love your site and hope that all is well. Thinking of you both.
Maddy and Sam Karpiak

Jean & John Greene

We have bought a 32 inch flat screen to replace our front tv before I saw yours.
Found your site to be helpful on how to mount our's. We decided to do the same.
Before I saw yours I was not sure it would look good. You showed me just how nice it will look. Now I know it will be fine. Can't wait to get the new one up there.


I agree about the sound. I've always noticed that you need to have at least one speaker very close to the TV or you end up with a sort of vacuum while watching.

Happy motoring


This gave me some info that I needed! Just the same problem now I have and just the way to fix it!

television corner stand

I would love to go with you and watch in this awesome TV. Great job in coming up with this.

Techmount Motorcycle Mount

Thank you for this very detailed article, found it very helpful in gutting out the old Sony from my RV and doing the exact same replacement.


Thank you so much for sharing this. I will use it as a guide for our TV upgrade.


We are having difficulty removing the frame around our TV in a 2006 Tiffin Phaeton. ANy advice?

Paul and Margery Zeller

The frame around the TV has a “wing” on each side that extends into the TV cabinet along either side of the TV. Look in the cabinets on either side of the TV. There should be 4 screws along the front edge in each cabinet – 2 silver and 2 dark colored. I think it’s the silver screws that go into the “wings” and hold the frame in place. Whatever color they are, they are 3 or 4” long. Don’t worry about removing the wrong screws. The cabinets won’t fall down because are also held in place with screws into a metal plate in the ceiling.

After you remove the long screws, stick a screwdriver in around the frame and gently work it until the frame starts to come loose.

Good luck with your project.

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