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Trying to undo a T.V main plug

Hi,I am hanging my t.v to the wall and have drilled the holes to feed the cable through but I need to take off the plug so it fits in the hole. Unfortunatley the cable is a safety plug and I do not know how to undo it. Can you help?

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If the cable is attached to the television, I don't recommend trying to detach it. Opening the TV voids any warranty, and is also unsafe for you and the TV. You can try feeding an extension cord through the hole, and tying up the attached cord behind the TV. It is usually not visible, and works perfectly, with no modification to the Television.

Hope this helps you...

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