I see a place where screws could go in the back of this, but it only looks like a cheap plastic shell, nothing metal backing it, ie. bends when i touch it.
Anyone know if this is wall mountable or not? Did not find anything about it in my manual.
I have wall mounted my Protron. Here is a website that has a picture of this wallmount: http://shop4.outpost.com/product/5374318?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG There is a metal plate screwed into the back (near the top) of the set. The wall mount attaches to the back of that metal plate. Only problem is, I can't remember if that metal plate came with the tv, or with the mount. This mount can swivel up, down, left or right up to 15 degrees. It worked well for us. If you don't go with this mount, make sure the one you decide to get can handle the weight, and has VESA compliant mounting points.
One word of advice, save the screws (and label it), so if you ever decide to use the base again, you can find it. I'm learning that lesson the hard way.
A 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
The service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones). click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Good luck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
These retainers are like a rivet or dry wall plug take a small flat blade screw driver and a Philips (or star) lightly pry up on the shoulder of the middle pice while turning counter clockwise the centre should back out remove it then with the flat blad gently pry outer pice from hole good luck hope this helped you
take the metal duct out that the lint filter slides down into,stick the metal strip through the hole in the side of the duct so that when it's in the bottom part of strip is flush up against the back side wall of duct and it should have like a half inch or so sticking out of the hole,but before you stick it in clean out the duct and with a thin long screw driver open the plastic cover that the filter slides through and poke out any lint in the slots that the filter slides in.so unplug the dryer,remove the bottom panel of dryer,remove the lint filter and screws that hold the lint filter duct in place they are 1/4 inch head screws,clean out the duct and the side slots up above the duct in the plastic area then slide the metal strip into the hole so that the bottom part that you first put into the hole fits flush up against the back inside wall of duct and the top of strip will be flush to the outside wall of duct and like around 1/2 inch or so still showing.hope this helps
Hi, I have looked into whether or not this t.v. is wall mountable. The only way to tell if this is possible will be to look on the back of t.v. and if wall mounting is possible then there will be 4 screw holes approximately 15 inches apart forming a square. If these " mounting holes are not present then there is no way to mount the wall bracket. Second if holes are present there may be a protective plastic cover at the top of the table top stand where it meets the t.v.. It more than likely is just a snap on type situation and a little bit of prying will pop it off revealing the screws. I hope this has been useful, and thanks for asking FixYa, Good luck- Prodzilla.
The panel you are trying to remove im guessing is near the top of the freezer. Do not remove that, as it is ONLY an air tunnel that leads from lower down the back wall. Removing this plastic panel could damage it. That METAL panel is held in place by about 10 screws. also, the temperature control is usually clipped on this back wall, and NEEDS to be removed from the back wall to remove the back wall from the freezer. there is usually a styrofoam cover around this control behind the back wall, keep this in one piece. If there is a problem with your freezer, it will have nothing to do with that upper plastic panel, as again, it is only an air tunnel
How to open up the Salter 3007 Aquatronic Digital Scale: 1. Look for a hole (covered by a label) on the bottom of the device, not
far from the L-R centre line, and about 1-3/4" from the front. Peel
back the label and use a small cross-head screwdriver to loosen the
screw that can be seen though the hole (needs about one turn, no need to
remove it). Place the scale upright, and rotate the weighing pad
slightly in a clockwise direction. This will disengage the tabs on the
plastic pad which hold it to a metal base, so that it can be lifted off.
2. Remove the six screws recessed around the bottom of the scale.
3. Place the scale upright and gently "snap" apart the top and bottom
shells (catches molded into the left and right ends). Be *** VERY
CAREFUL *** when doing this as the display is held in place on a plastic
bridge by the upper shell. When this is removed the display is loose
except for a flexible plastic printed connector strip (which links it to
the circuit board). It is *** all too easy for this strip to break away
at one end or the other ***.
Is it a 32" or 37" as the one you mention at the top is a 32".
The product spec doesn't state that it is wall mountable, some aren't. However, providing your two holes are structural and not just into the plastic, what I did with my non mountable TV in a similar predicament to you, is to buy 2 steel rulers off ebay,(£2) drill holes in them to enable them to be screwed to the back of the TV, then where the two existing holes are at the end, used for haning the rulers up, I made into slots so that the ruler now looks like it has a hook on the end.
I then drilled holes in the wall corresponding to the same on the TV, shove rawl plugs in and then the screws leave about 5mm - 8mm head out of the wall in and literally just hook the TV on the wall.
Fit nice and flush & saves a fortune in rip off brackets too.
Just mounted this TV this past weekend...Used Peerless flat panel wall mount bought on Ebay for $39.99 free shipping...Remove the stand by removing the 4 small screws on the back of the tv where the stand connects...then slide the stand off from the bottom...VOILA