Column: Bringing home new TV requires big adjustments


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First the movers separated our three-part wall unit, transferring the middle tower to our son’s former bedroom upstairs.

As a result, the extra bed in his room had to be stored in the basement. The easy chair had to be moved to the other side of the living room, which meant the sections of our couch had to be reconfigured, but now the coffee table was the wrong shape and had to be replaced.

And now you know why it took us eight years to finally decide to buy a big-screen TV.

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