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I'm sorry, I know this was answered in one of the threads before, but I can't seem to find it and none of the searches I've tried have turned up anything. I was wondering what the dimensions of the actual cardboard box that the TV comes in is? I'm trying to figure out if it will be able to fit in the back of a Toyota 4Runner SUV? Anyone know? Thanks!
 

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Great, thanks for the quick reply! Has anyone managed to wedge one of these things into an SUV? I'll try and measure it tonight, but it sounds like it might be tight.
 

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I placed mine in my minivan face down. The seats were removed before I went to the store....


I did not have to take the box apart at all to fit it in the van.
 

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Originally posted by Globetro
Is it OK to put the TV face down?
For me it worked OK. I noticed on the box that there were arrows pointing to the rear of the box. Something that I typically see when manufacturers specify the way they want the box shipped or stacked. I took it easy driving home. As far as I can tell, I see no problems with my set.


You could call Panasonic and pose the question to them.
 
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