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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.
Place the TV face down on cushioning. There are four short hex head screws that hold the TV to the stand. There are two on each side of the mounting point (close to the bottom of the TV). (Turn counter-clockwise to loosen.) Next slide the base down from the bottom of the TV. The appropriate sized hex key was supplied with the TV (and the base was installed). If you want to, you can unscrew the support post from the base - it has 4 long hex head screws. This will let you put the base parts into an appropriate container for storage.
For a clear picture, see the manual for installing the base and work the steps in reverse. See here for a copy of the manual: http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/owner_manuals/search?query=LC46SB54U+ .
To put on the wall mount, you will need to remove the covers from the 4 mounting locations on the back of the TV and use the screws from the wall mount bracket kit.
We had the same problem, we just wiggled it back and forth, gave it a good tug, and hey presto! We got it out. I'm not sure whether this is the "official" method of doing it, as nothing is mentioned in the instruction manuals.
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.
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.