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Remove base completely from envision monitor

How do you remove the base from a envision monitor GL19LWk. that way i can hang it up on the wall.

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After removing all the screws, i used a knife to remove the plastic casing surrounding the monitor. that exposed four screws that when removed, released the base from the monitor. it was just a matter of putting the casing back together. thanks

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