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How to take apart the Mitsubishi WS73713 TV cabinet ? How do I separate the WS73713 TV? I need to move it out of the house

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  • andesam569 Feb 16, 2011

    Hi

    Thanks for the Service Manual link. I also would like to know how to just break the WS73713 into

    the top and bottom sections. I know that there are 4 holes on the sides and Im pretty sure that is how they broke it apart to fit in my elevator. Can I just separate the top from the bottom? Thanks.

    If you know anyone that would like this TV please let me know also. They would have to pick it up

    from me in New York, NYThey would need a van etc.. Thanks again

  • andesam569 Feb 22, 2011

    Thanks for your help I just need someone to help me take it apart.

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Here see page 7 for cabinet disassembly
http://www.opweb.de/model.php?id=2778

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Disassembly instructions at
http://www.mauritron2.com/downloads/Mitsubishi/
and full manual obtainable via
www.mauritron.com

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