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    TVIEW fab help

    The tview screen just simply pulls out from the front bezel. There is no screw or anything. How do you guys keep help to the bezel? Help please. And yes I searched!

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    your new friends name is hot glue :-D

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    I used a T-view. I just made up some little metal brackets that basically just press the screen against the bezel. Works pretty well.

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    I just put the back on and glued it shut, works pretty good!
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    I just put it back together and added a small fan n the back
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    Quote Originally Posted by xdjxklusivex
    your new friends name is hot glue :-D
    not a good idea, everything i've ever done with hot glue in a car has melted and fallen apart. When I took my explorer down to SC, it was like 115 and my composite lcd (no carpc at the time) sunk back behind the enclosure i made for it.
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    I second the hot glue issue, I use it in my case to hold my mobo in, and my hard drive. Needless to say hot glue melts at a pretty low temp and will not work to well.
    Screws and brackets my freind. Use the head rest enclosure it came with as well. IT will look good, give you the ability to remove the screen (in case it dies or you upgrade) and will make life easier...maybe
    You can still have something if you have nothing

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    There are high temp hot melt glues.
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    no cover

    look at my photos the original case is unused

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