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Old 07-03-2019, 11:19 AM   #1
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My new to me 2000 PW has a cabinet with a TV..the old style full TV.
I want to mount a flat screen on the front of the cabinet which is on a hinge so I can swing the door and have the cabinet for storage..thinking a great place for liquor cabinet!

Has anyone mounted a TV like this?

Looking for ideas on mounts, and trying to decide if the TV will have to be taken down every time I move??

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Old 07-03-2019, 09:13 PM   #2
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Most flat screen TV's have 4 mounting screw holes on the back and is used on the movable arm mountings. Make a pattern of the screw holes and mount the TV to the cabinet door. Just make sure that the TV on the door can be opened/moved without hitting anything. In the Rialtas, they had the old antilog TV and did not work with the digital signal. Most owners removed and made a door for the opening or mounted a small 12v TV in its place. Be careful, the old TV is very heavy.

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Old 07-03-2019, 10:41 PM   #3
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Or replace your TV with a projector. I have LG LED projector mounted on the ceiling with the 35Ē pulldown screen. Both projector and screen are out of the way not used. With front seat swiveled our van turns int a mini theater.

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I've converted 2 PWs. The last one I bought a wood shelf from a diy store. 12" x ?. I screwed it to the inside of swinging door which had a large hole for the old TV. Then I mounted a swing arm to that and mounted the TV to the swing arm. I use a couple of skinny bungee cords without metal ends to keep TV from swinging while driving. Then I put my laptop in the cabinet and use it to watch movies. I bought a Samsung LED 22" from Costco pretty cheap.
I also changed the inverter to a 1000 watt Pure Sine Wave to charge computer and camera batteries. The new inverter made a huge difference.
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My new to me 2000 PW has a cabinet with a TV..the old style full TV.
I want to mount a flat screen on the front of the cabinet which is on a hinge so I can swing the door and have the cabinet for storage..thinking a great place for liquor cabinet!

Has anyone mounted a TV like this?

Looking for ideas on mounts, and trying to decide if the TV will have to be taken down every time I move??

Joe
I, too, took out old TV, but in Flatscreen TV..bought the above described swing-arm 4 hole bracket..attached to the door of cabinet that had old TV..installed a hook & eye to keep cabinet closed..works great, can have it swing out tilted several directions..connects fine to campground cable..
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