Question about Hisense Televison & Video
55" flat panel. Base was removed for transporting. Truck flipped, TV actually survived and works greats; however the package that had the screws was lost in the wreck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
man i looked and couldnt find a size but here is a number to a company who might can tell u, its called peerless mounts 1-800-473-3753 good luck
Posted on May 26, 2009
If you broke one of the base stand screw you will need to do as follow:
Remove the remaining screws of the stand and try to remove the stand, if you cant you will need to remove the back cover of the TV and then you will be able to remove the stand, remove the broken screw and put it all back.
It is pretty easy but if you feel you cant do it let me know and I can give you a detailed step by step guide.
Posted on May 27, 2009
You don't have to mess around with the screws on the bottom of the base.
There are 4 screws on the back of the Toshiba that are in line with the wall mounting screw holes.
Remove the 4 screws and the base falls off.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
None of these TVs have any problem removing the stand.
Stands for 32'' and larger TVs plug into the TV's body and are attached by 4 to 8 bolts that go through the cover, then through the plugged-in part of the stand and attach to the internal frame.
In most cases the bolts are 4 - one for each ray of the fork that goes into the TV.
Since bolts for the frame are metal bolts and bolts for the plastic back cover are usually wood-type screws (sharp on the top, wider thread) you can visually tell the one for the stand from the rest.
Look right above the stand for four, six or eight symettrically placed heads that are different from the ones you see on the corners.
Once you unscrew those the stand should feel more flexible and you can simply pull it back.
In order to do all that you have to have the TV laying on its face or back.
Watch out if it's heavy - you may need to support it towards the end of the operation. It's unlikely for it to get damaged if it falls down, but you still don't want to try your chances.
Giving it a little lift also helps unscrew the last bolts...otherwise all the force of the TV is pressing against it...and that makes it harder to unscrew.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
I ended up having to take my entire tv into Home Depot. This is what the package says on the screws that worked:
"Machine Screw Pan-Slotted 4mm- & X 20mm Stainless Steel BR-B/ 12-B/322"
I know this is an old post but since I couldn't find any answers when I was looking I wanted to help someone else out.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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