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Chris Townsend
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Chris Townsend posted on Wed, Dec 11 2019 3:26 PM
Hello all

I’m moving out to the Middle East in February, and although at first completely confident I’d get our Eclipse out, as the dates get nearer I’m not so sure.

Even with the right boxes, how easy/hard will it really be to get the screen protected, and to de and re assemble the remote stand etc

Regards Chris

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Fansastic
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Hello Chris,

Check this video for installing the Eclipse:

https://vimeo.com/232474225

I’ve installed my Eclipse by myself, and not to difficult. The 55” screen was doable, 65’’ I imagine you need extra pair of hands. Be careful for damaging the floor plate of the stand. The end pieces on the soundbar can remain in place.

Regarding transport I think you will be best off to let it shipped professionally with insured transport. I’m sure you are more experienced on this matter.

Best of luck with the relocation.
Chris Townsend
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I think it’ll cost a fortune to Qatar to be honest, so I’m just weighing up what’s best to do. Good news is that they use UK plugs.Yes - thumbs up

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Don't worry Chris....I could look after it for youBig SmileBig SmileBig SmileBig Smile

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