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We are unable to take the 4 screws out (as described in the manual) in order to take the base off our 40" samsung, any suggestions.

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    Same probelm with LN46A750 Samsung.... Please help !!!!!

  • karen cagle Feb 01, 2009

    how do we remove the peg part of the stand?

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Take cover off of box keep tv in fome take a drill with a long shaft turn down the clutch on drill and unsrew then lift up with 2 people and tilt back and let srew fall out you (you may need a flash light to see srews)

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