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Old 12-08-2013, 12:51 PM   #1
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TV Mount Viewsonic

Our used 2009 Jayco Legacy came with no manuals and eventhough I've asked this question before, I thought I would try again. Our tv was preinstalled, I am assuming from the factory. Its a Viewsonic and I can't get behind it to even find a serial number or anything. Very frustrated.. I need to know how things are hooked up and what I can hook up, etc - any help appreciated!!
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Old 12-10-2013, 05:57 AM   #2
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This may help. http://www.viewsonic.com/us/ they have a phone# u can call on their web site.
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Old 12-10-2013, 08:52 AM   #3
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Our tv set was preinstalled as well, although on a newer model. The set doesn't swing out or swivel but if you will feel up from the bottom, there might be a release that you can trip to take the set off the bracket. At least that's they way ours was attached. The bracket releases at the bottom and them has a little round rod toward the top that comes out of the "hooks" toward the top and then the set is free, free, I tell you.
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To add to what jal0710 has said. Our tv mount has a thin cable loop tucked behind the tv. you pull on that, then bring the tv straight ahead to remove it from the bracket.
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Old 12-13-2013, 07:38 AM   #5
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This may help. http://www.viewsonic.com/us/ they have a phone# u can call on their web site.
I had taken A look at the website, but have not called, thanks I will try that - also have a call into Jayco
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Our tv set was preinstalled as well, although on a newer model. The set doesn't swing out or swivel but if you will feel up from the bottom, there might be a release that you can trip to take the set off the bracket. At least that's they way ours was attached. The bracket releases at the bottom and them has a little round rod toward the top that comes out of the "hooks" toward the top and then the set is free, free, I tell you.
Hard to get under the bottom, but got further than before, didn't feel a release but will keep trying
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To add to what jal0710 has said. Our tv mount has a thin cable loop tucked behind the tv. you pull on that, then bring the tv straight ahead to remove it from the bracket.
Can't find the cable loop - would that be on the top or bottom?

I will try anything!!!! this thing is about to whup me!!
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I appreciate any and all suggestions
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The cable loop on my bracket is on the bottom
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