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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.
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Step-1.
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.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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