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Old 04-09-2016, 01:24 PM   #1
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TV Doesnt move, cant access Back Panel

While sitting the rain, DW wanted to try the new fire stick she purchased. The TV in our 24FBS is mounted somehow and cannot move. I can feel the mounts. Has anyone had this problem or know of an easy way to get to the back of the TV. Any help appreciated as always
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Old 04-09-2016, 01:29 PM   #2
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The mount may not articulate/move. The one in ours does not move either. You may have to take the tv off the wall to access the back. I haven't had to do that so I can't tell you how to...

Check the bottom for a fabric tab. I've read that the ones that do articulate have a fabric tab at the bottom that you must pull.
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Old 04-09-2016, 01:31 PM   #3
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There's a pull chain at the bottom of mine to release the swing arm.
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Old 04-09-2016, 02:14 PM   #4
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Unhappy class-c bedroom TV

Question, does anybody else have a problem viewing the tv while lying in bed in their class-c or is it just me and my wife?
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Reach up from underneath the TV and see if you can feel a steel cable. It is attached to spring loaded tabs at each side of the mount. I have not had luck pulling on the cable but use it to guide my fingers up to the tab so I can push it. Unlock one side at a time and then lift the TV up off the mount. That's how it's mounted in a 2015 27RLS.
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Tv wrong position

I guess I wade in on the wrong conversation , sorry about that am referencing the tv position in my class-c can't be viewed while lying down all you see is shadows ? Gary
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While sitting the rain, DW wanted to try the new fire stick she purchased. The TV in our 24FBS is mounted somehow and cannot move. I can feel the mounts. Has anyone had this problem or know of an easy way to get to the back of the TV. Any help appreciated as always
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I changed my LR TV to a 32" and had a heck of a time getting the TV mount figured out. Like someone said, there is a small bar that goes across the mount with a tab on each side. Reach up under the TV and you can feel it, Move up one tab at a time is a good idea, then lightly lift up the TV. Eventually you will get it released but it may take some time and don't drop it (don't ask me how I know).
There was only one adjustment on mine and that is the up and down tilt angle. Very minor but may help reduce reflections if you tilt down. Good luck.

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