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Can I transport a HDTV horizontally?

by rfalanga / December 14, 2009 4:00 AM PST

I'm thinking of purchasing my first HDTV, probably a Vizio LCD model. However, I don't own a truck, and every time I see someone purchase one of those babies they always have a truck to put it in and get it home. I do, however, have a minivan. Can I simply lay down the middle seat of the minivan and lay the HDTV down, flat on the minivan's seats, in order to transport it to my home? I would probably be taking it about 5 minutes in this way.

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Should be fine for such a short time
by givemeaname / December 14, 2009 4:15 AM PST

Make sure the screen is up, bring some pillows to use as wedges & too add extra padding where needed.

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I did
by ..ben / December 14, 2009 6:03 AM PST

I transported 2 different 50" Panasonic plasmas horizontally on two separate occassions in the back of a Mazda6 with no problems.

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