How to Transport LCD TV
Moving is a big deal and there are many thing you have to consider during a move. One of the most important is finding the best way to move your furniture and appliances without damaging them. For many people, one of their most treasured appliances is their TV and so the question becomes How to Transport LCD TV monitors safely? How do you move them without risking serious damage? Keep reading to find out!
Tips to keep in mind while figuring out how to transport LCD TV systems:
- Most people have been told at least once that flat screen TVs should not be transported flat. There’s actually nothing wrong with laying a screen flat- it will not break or be damaged but by laying it flat. The real problem with transporting it this way is that a screen laying flat on the screen or back is much more susceptible to damage. If the screen is face down and on a hard surface the bumping of transpiration could crack or damage the screen. Likewise a lot of bumps on the back can knock wires and components loose.
- For a simple way to protect your monitor and to answer the dilemma of how to transport LCD TV monitors safely is to try wrapping the TV in a blanket and then taping it all up securely. This protects the entire TV- especially the vulnerable screen. Adding a few layers of bubble wrap over the blanket can add even more protect and can really go a long way in protecting your LCD TV. Having bubble wrap on hand during a move is always a good idea because it can really help protect your fragile items- and it is cheaper than going out and buying new things that got damaged during shipping.
- After making sure everything it wrapped and packed securely you need to be careful about how you load the TV. Make sure it is in a secure location in the moving truck. Never put it high up on top of something else like a dresser- there is too much chance it could fall off. Try to keep it as low to the ground as possible. But make sure there is nothing over it that could fall and damage it and that nothing heavy is placed on top of it. Padding it with pillows under a table or some chairs can be a good option. If you have two mattresses, placing the TV between them can be a great way to keep it safe and secure.
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