How do I remove the base on my 42 inch digital lifestyle tv so I can mount it on the wall. I have tried to remove all the screws that are surrounding the plate to hole the base but it is still not budging..
There are 5 screws on the back of the TV under the inputs in an x pattern:
X X X X X
Remove these and set aside. You should also see 2 screws on either side of the X pattern, loosen these. You should then be able to slide the TV off the base. Remember to re-tighten the loosened screws. Place the removed screws in the base in case you ever wish to use it in the future.
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Tv is new only 6 months old?Yes take ur warranty repair service.The tv have 2 long LCD inverter boards problems,to causes the LCD screen panel to flashing/blinking or it is the causing by a bad power supply board,that the board where the a/c power cord plug into it.
Hi, I have looked into whether or not this t.v. is wall mountable. The only way to tell if this is possible will be to look on the back of t.v. and if wall mounting is possible then there will be 4 screw holes approximately 15 inches apart forming a square. If these " mounting holes are not present then there is no way to mount the wall bracket. Second if holes are present there may be a protective plastic cover at the top of the table top stand where it meets the t.v.. It more than likely is just a snap on type situation and a little bit of prying will pop it off revealing the screws. I hope this has been useful, and thanks for asking FixYa, Good luck- Prodzilla.
There are six screws on the back of the set that remove the stand. Turn the set on its face on a soft surface (bed or carpet). At the base of the TV set (on the TV, not on the stand) you will see nine (9) screw heads. Remove the top three and the bottom three. Leave the middle three in place. The stand just lifts off.
Now, replace the six screws into the TV chassis so if you ever want to replace the stand you'll know where the screws are.
If the Aquos 46 is anything like the Aquos 42, the monitor is attached to the base with machine screws (bolts). They are located in the lower back portion of the monitor, probably need an Allen wrench to loosen and remove. Once that is done, the base can be removed from the monitor. Best way is to lay the monitor face down on a tabletop padded with foam, a quilt or blanket, etc to protect the screen as you work. Remove the stand from the monitor, not the monitor from the stand; it is easier and safer that way.
The base removes with the support arms that rise the height of the tv. remove all the screws from the back of the support arms and the base will slide out with the arms. you will need the holes open to mount to the wall mount
I just repaired a 26" in which the stand came off after I took the primary panel off in the middle of the back then the screws were visible that Olevia is talking about. You might have a different style but it does come off.
Hi there is normally a set of 4 to 6 screws that hold the base to the tv set that you remove , you can then possibly use the same screws to attach the wall bracket to the back of the tv before mounting on the wall
hope this helps
I have an Olevia 42" TV. I was able to remove the base by removing 16 screws on the back side. They were arranged vertically in 4 sets of 4. The screws go through the back panel, through the base and attach (without nuts) directly into the inside of the TV. After removing the 16 screws the stand simply slides out.
I tried removing two screws underneath the base area. They were small screws and were a pain to remove. I thought I would try that first instead of removing 16 screws but that did nothing.