The problem with TVs is that they can be quite large and heavy, and the monitors can be easily damaged. It's difficult to know whether to wrap a TV in a blanket and simply carry it as is, or put it inside a box and pack it. Both methods are acceptable. If you decide to wrap it in a blanket, do it like so: Unplug the TV from the wall and detach any cables. Spread the blanket on the floor in front of the TV, and place the TV on top of the blanket. Then wrap the blanket up and around the TV and tape it in place.
Or, you can put the TV back into the box it came in. If you decide to put it back into the box, then be sure it's packed tightly so that it doesn't shift around when it's moved. If you're moving a plasma TV, never put the screen face down on the floor or the ground because this can hurt the unit.
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