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Tips on moving a 60" LED Samsung TV - Moving into a new House


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#16 McKay

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Posted 21 June 2012 - 18:52

Take it off the stand and if you have it, put it back in the box in came in. I kept my TV box and all the packaging inside for that very reason.


#17 Titanium_NX

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Posted 21 June 2012 - 18:53

I have to agree with getting a moving company. I faced the same issue as you and I went the moving company route just for the fact of if its damaged you have someone to blame. If you really have to bring it yourself rent a small truck and load it in the back and cover on the bottom and top well with someone in the back holding it or strap it.

#18 Sir Topham Hatt

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 09:12

Not always practical to keep boxes. We have plenty of room but no one wants huge boxes piled up full of packing foam.

I just shove them in the loft out of the way, or even at a friends house when I didn't have a loft / access wasn't big enough. Also, if you have a modern stylish bed, maybe under there? There's loads of places :p


OP: Did you get it moved? Laying down or standing up? Did it yourself?

If not, you could try visiting an electrical store to see if they have any boxes they don't want?



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