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SOURCE: removing a pedestal from plasma tv

If you check on the bottom of the pedestal there may be 4 screws inside the bottom to where once removed you might be able to slide off the pedestal

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SOURCE: Looking for a base for Panasonic 37" Tv Model TH-37PX50U. The Pedestal is TY-ST42PX5W.

Contact the authorized dealer for Panasonic at your town.

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Where can I find a panasonic pedestal base for a 52 inch tv


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