Question about Flat Panel Televisions
Managed to remove the backplate but their is a section underneath which i cant see how to remove it
SOURCE: removing stand from tv
UNSCREW the FOUR (4) screws on the back panel (marked with an "S" next to their recessed holes.
Work with the panel screen-side up (ie on its back - we did it with the LCD on the bed), and just JIGGLE the stand back and forth until the screws drop out. This make take some doing, but using force is a no-no (as the screw mounts are only plastic). Obviously the screws MUST be undone, so just keep unscrewing them while someone else jiggles for you.
Thats it. The plastic cover (from the manual & warranty bag) covers the hole.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
Place the tv on its screen flat on a soft surface,
you need to remove all the screws, not just the stand one marked.
Lift the back panel and then you will be able to slide down the stand, when you have removed the back cover you will also see where how your wall mount will fit to the chassis.
Place all the screws back on the back lid.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
SOURCE: toshiba 52 inch flatscreen
I have just completed removing tha base from a Toshiba 52 inch HDTV. There are 5 screws in total. Three about 8 inches form the base and another 2 about 4 inches from the base in the arrangement shown below
(X) is a screw
(l) center line
X X X 3 screws 8 inches from base
X l X 2 screws 4 inches from base
______l______ The base
Keep your feet clear as your undoing the last screw..the base slides out vertically downward and weighs about 10-15 pounds so keep your the toes, fingers etc safe. The risk of being sued may explain why Toshiba didn't this publish in the US manual.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
forget the four holes on the bottom of the stand. Remove the five allen bolts on the back bottom of the tv-not the stand. Yank on stand and metal plate slides out with stand.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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In most cases the standby light might blink with different rapidity to indicate a fault relevant to the processor. It is possible that most of these indicate that there are errors in the processing section . Since there is a possible short or leak in the circuit the output driver section can take in huge current to trip the SMPS or from advice from the micro processor. Remove the power plugs and make sure that high voltage sections are discharged of the potential stored in capacitors. Look for visible signs of leak or of busted capacitors. Look for bulged capacitors or damaged components- burnt or busted. Use a multimeter to check the continuity or shorting in components, if so detach from circuit and test . If the voltage builds up and the set power ON and then shuts up then the suspected section must be checked in detail.
The processor must have the +5 voltage to the function properly , the +B and secondary voltages also must be checked to infer the fault. Trace with caution and in running through the signal path , circuit trail.
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