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Old 12-25-2016, 11:20 AM   #1
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Removing Stereo Cabinet Blu Ray Support Panels

We have a '16 Flying Cloud 30' RB. The Boss wants me to replace the existing standard Samsung Blu Ray player with some other options, specifically a Satellite TV receiver and our PlayStation.

Removing the Blu Ray player was easy; I just slid a steak knife in under the Velcro and pulled it out.

So now I have a blank panel shelf basically, but with a lot of wasted space.

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What I'd like to do is remove the support under the PS3, but I can't see any screws other than a single one lower right.

Any ideas on how to remove this supporting panel without damaging anything?

Thanks!

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Probably held together with staples or brad nails.
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My 27fb FC was held in with 5 long wood screws. Had to use a short shank screwdriver to get to 3 of them. Then the whole shelf unit pulled out. The powered HDMI switch was under the shelf unit!!
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My 27fb FC was held in with 5 long wood screws. Had to use a short shank screwdriver to get to 3 of them. Then the whole shelf unit pulled out. The powered HDMI switch was under the shelf unit!!


Thanks. Where were the screws? Dang if I can see any but one
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We have a '16 Flying Cloud 30' RB. The Boss wants me to replace the existing standard Samsung Blu Ray player with some other options, specifically a Satellite TV receiver and our PlayStation.
The shelves in my 2017 25' RB were smaller and came apart by removing the screws. There were easily visible.

We replaced the blue-ray with a Wally receiver that fit perfectly. The Wally drives a DISH Navigater and we used the existing blue-ray cables so that the picture could be watched form the BR. Very happy with the set-up.
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I can see a white plastic cap on one of the screws next to the USB charger. Remove the shelf holding your routers and there should be screws along the bottom side edge.
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There are small round plastic caps/covers over the screws. They pry off with a small flat edge screwdriver or knife edge to reveal the screws. I think there are two on the side and one or two on the front.
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