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Just make sure u move this tv up right position only.CRTS colors tubes guns have chemicals insides of it.Just use a Dolly,protect the tv screen panel with a heavy piece of cloth.Ties it tight to a Dolly.Two people help each sides and one person pull the Dolly.U should be find moving the tv to a new location.

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