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How do I remove a plasma panasonic mounted on a wall.

I did not mount thisTV. IT was in my home when I moved in. I can not see remove the TV. Do I need to do something special to remove the TV.

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If it is a swing bracket 4 screws on back bracket holding it in need to be removed, if it is flat wall bracket lift strait up the wall to remove.
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