Linda Byrd TV Stand November 04th, 2018 - 21:30:07
Sam's TV stand and cap display refresh. We will go over the basic steps to complete phase 2 of this refresh and will hopefully answer any questions that you have. This is what the display should look like when you arrive in the store. Now remember this is phase 2 of the intent refresh, and the easiest way to tell if phase one has been completed is if the home theater system has been moved to the display shelf.
This is to allow for a larger 65 inch TV to be placed on the display during your visit with more on that later, let's get started we'll begin by turning off and unplugging all the devices then go ahead and remove the sub woofer, router and bracket that holds them in place make sure to unplug the audio cables going from the home theater system to the sub woofer and router, so as to avoid causing any damage to the cables themselves. Next, you can remove the TV again making sure to unplug all cables before pulling it away from the display return this product to the store manager as you'll be placing a new TV on the display later.
This can be followed by removing the shelf graphic on the front left of the display, which will be discarded, then remove all three panel graphics, which will be replaced by new ones to complete the dismantling of the display, remove the header by unscrewing it from the back And then simply lift it off and discard it now, it's time to reassemble your smart TV and cap with a new back wall and header, graphics, TV, video content and a convergence tablet that will actually interact with the TV demo to assemble the new display.
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