Question about Sampo PME-42S6 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
Trouble removing the back stand supports so it can be placed on a wall mount
Remove the 4 recessed screws that are in the mounts then slide the mounts upward and they should come off. the 4 screws need to be completely removed to allow the feet to slide.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
First I am not to sure about the brand you got there, But if it is not wall supportable you do not need to reove anything but by a wall mount that will hold the bottom in place and yes there are wall mounts for this tpye of arrangment see not all flat panels go on walls thus hence you cannot remove the stand easy. Try finding a wall mount the has a L shape to it, it will hold the bottom of the tv and it comes with a little strap to hold it back into securement. Please do not try to remove the stand I would suggest a diffrent wall mount- Rulds2008 TV expert for 20 years
Posted on May 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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