The power cord hard to unplug from back of tv for wall mounting job
About two months ago i bought this tv, but now i want to mount the tv on a living room wall, the problem that i am having now is the power cord cable it's not easy to unplug from the back of the tv, i don't know if i am supposed to pull this cable real hard or there is another way to do this.
thank you for your help.
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Re: the power cord hard to unplug from back of tv for...
first switch off your tv unit and if possible switch off yuor main switch also
step-2.and pull out the plug bu holding the hand inth end of plug not in wire .
still you have the problem
follow step-1. and using wd 40 liqiud (available all electronic shops ) apply between wall socket and juntion of plug
and wait for five minites
then try step-2.
still you have the problem
finaly remove wall socket and try it now and remove the plug.
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There are not any easy ways to insert the power cable to the TV while mounted. You can do so but be very careful. I suggest that you dismount the TV for safety reasons. The base of the TV should be stationery and mounted so that you can properly mount the TV back once you have plugged in the power cord.
Turn the TV off with the front-mounted power button, not the
remote. Unplug the TV's power cord from the wall outlet. Let an hour
pass before plugging the cord back into the wall outlet. Turn the TV
back on with the front-mounted power button and wait until it has fully
restarted. Bring up a TV channel to see if the image being presented on
the LCD screen is no longer flickering. A momentary power surge can
cause the circuitry inside the LG-brand LCD TV to function erratically.
Unplug the video cable from the video connection on the back
or side panel of the LG TV. If more than one video cable is connected
to the TV, disconnect all of them. Disconnect the other end of the video
cable from the video source device that it's attached to -- a DVD or
Blu-ray player, or a satellite receiver or cable box. Blow off the
connections on the video source device and on the back or side panel of
the TV with bursts of compressed air. Reinsert one end of the video
cable into the video source device and the other end into the video
input that it was connected to. Turn the TV back on with is remote to
see if the picture is now free of flickering. A loose or partially
connected video cable can cause the LCD TV's screen to flicker when
presenting an image.
Turn the TV off and unplug its power cord from the wall
outlet. Place a power conditioner next to the wall outlet. Plug the
power conditioner's power cord into the wall outlet. Plug the TV's power
cord into one of the AC sockets on the power conditioner. Turn the
power conditioner on. Turn the TV on to see if the picture is now free
of flickering. The RF signals in the electric line that the LG TV is
drawing power from can cause flicking through interference patterns
Finally figured out the correct arrangement or configuration through trial and error (and my wife's puzzle solving ability). It sure wasn't clear in the instructions, and I could not get the needed information from the website of either the manufacturer of wall mount system or TV...a little frustrating, but perseverance paid off. Given the price of the wall mount, I would think they could do a better job.
Jim here. In cabinet above microwave, locate 2 mounting bolts.
Place a box on the stove top to support the microwave once the mounting bolts are removed (you may wish to cover the box with a thick towel or small throw rug).
1. Unplug microwave.
2. Remove both mounting bolts from top of microwave (they secure it to the overhead cabinet).
3. With microwave front angled down onto box, pull some of power cord out of hole (to provide some moving space).
4. With microwave hand supported, remove box from stove top (a second set of hands would be helpful here).
5. HARD PART- detach top of microwave back from wall mounting plate by placing a hand under the bottom rear of the microwave and pushing up. (Wall mounting plate is screwed into the wall behind the microwave and provides both top and bottom support to the back of the microwave.)
6. Lower front of microwave until you can see about a 1-inch clearance between the top-rear of the microwave and the cabinet above it.
7. Firmly lift the microwave straight up and then bring forward. It should be free of the wall mounting plate.
any hardware store will have them bring your tv manual with you it will tell you the spec on the screw to connect to the 4 pre existing nuts on the back of the tv as far as from the mount to wall it will be a standard lag bolt small enough to fit threw the hole and long enough to go threw the drywall and about an inch and a half of the studd 2" to 2 1/2" inch lag bolt will work
This is going to sound pretty elementary, but my guess is that the power cord is defective. That TV model is relatively new (I have a similar one, bought about 8 months ago) and presumably is still under warranty.
I would have the power cord replaced by a repair shop.