Just spoke with a Coby technician. Where the base connects to the TV you can literally just squeeze in those the plastic pieces and they come right off. After that just unscrew the screws underneath. Just did it and it was very easy.
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The wall mount attaches to the top 1/3 portion of the TVs rear panel. The bottom of the back of the TV should not interfere with your wall mount if it's the correct size. Full instructions are listed starting at page 39 of the manual.
i have a coby 26 , I know sorry about that, but if any can help I appreciate it . turned set on today and green lite only no pic/sound/snow did have a horizontal red line for a few days prior to today.
On the back panel just above the inputs and in the centre of the unit you will see 5 X phillips head screws (4 in a square pattern and 1 in the center of these). If you remove these screws completely the base will withdraw from the unit. Note that the washers will be a tight fit when removing and only just fit through the rear panel so use a magnetic driver or blue tack to help.
Had the same issue. I turn the unit upside down and while holding panel down just pulled staight up on the base. The circular base popped off without any damage. I just needed to remove for shipping.so I didn't have to remove the cylindrical post. Once the base is removed you can see a screw that probably attaches that cylinder to the unit. Carefully removing it should work. Good Luck....j
Most LCD HDTV televisions come with the option to remove the base, refer to your manual for proper instructions on removing the base. But make sure the TV is certified for wall mounting before you do anything - some are not certified and will not be wall mountable.