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Moving Ln52a650

by TruSorrow / April 2, 2009 11:12 AM PDT

Hi im moving in a few weeks and wanted to know what is the best way to transport my tv. My g/f threw out the box for it so that idea is out the window. I planned on bubble wrapping the screen and taking it in my car. One of my friends said that i shouldnt lay the tv down on its back is this true? any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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Moving Ln52a650
by TruSorrow / April 3, 2009 11:03 AM PDT
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Bump anyone have any suggestions?

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Moving Ln52a650
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / April 3, 2009 3:57 PM PDT
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TruSorrow,

I wouldn't put any flat panel television on it's "front" or "back" for transporting purposes. You'll want the emphasis to be the most protection on the screen as much as possible.

You might consider going to a retail store to see if they'll keep an eye out for a box on that model. I've seen many times where people at the store leave the box because it won't fit in their car (They unwrap the TV and ditch the box). Maybe one of the stores can hold that box for you and you can package it up the best way - using the original packaging.

Otherwise, the emphasis is on having nothing touch, rub or directly on the screen.

Hope that helps.

--HDTech

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