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Old 10-07-2016, 11:48 AM   #1
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2017 AI back huge back TV obstructs walkway

Hello -
The new 2017 Grand Tour has an absolutely enormous TV that sticks WAY out into the aisle when latched into its standard-issue wall mount. Has anyone come up with a solution to get this thing out of the way and secure it on the side (or on its side) for travel? The beauty of the IA is that we're not really parked all that much - we're continuously on the move. While I realize I could simply unlatch it and turn it to the window side when parked, it seems like a lot of futzing around for something that is rarely used. My husband and I crash in to it every single time we walk to the back - and we're not 'wide' people.
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