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Approx. Shipping Weight: 120 Lbs. I would get a stand that gives you some extra capacity for safety. Measure the base of the TV so you know the dimensions of the sets "footprint" to know the dimensions you need for the stands shelf to accomodate the set. Good luck
The trick to lifting Large TVs' is that they are very 'front' heavy, that is, most of the weight is in the picture tube...recall the "problem" of unstable TVs' from years ago (Children pulling down TVs')
If the TV is on the floor you can put a large pillow at the front (Picture tube face) on the floor & carefully tip the set forward onto the pillow. You can then measure the bottom of the set to see if it will fit on your stand. If you are concerned about the weight simply attempt to sit your body (180 lbs?) on your suspect stand..if it holds your weight your good...wiggle around to see how stable it is.
I have one of these TVs and still love it. The manual says that the weight is listed at 250lbs (approx.). Most of the TV stands in retail stores only hold up to 240lbs., so that is something to consider.