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Old 11-04-2009, 09:01 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by RLS View Post
I would be careful with putting the TV on the bed if it is in the back. I was doing that till one time when we went through an exceptionally bad road work area and found the TV on the floor Still works If in front, the ride is smoother.
I agree, just because I do something is not exactly a great endorsement that someone else should try it. In my defense I will say we have a much thicker down comforter on the bed than shown in the foto and the tv does not move around. The mattress yes the tv no.


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