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How do I remove the stand from a toshiba 32hl57 tv

  • 1 & 2 Remove all cables and lay down towels on a clear space.
  • 3 Set the 32HL57, screen side down, onto the towels gently.
  • 4 Locate the four screws at the bottom center of the TV. These screws attach the stand to the Toshiba 32HL57.
  • 5 Using the Phillips screwdriver, unscrew all four screws, one at a time.
  • 6 Once the screws are completely removed, grab the base of the stand and gently pull away from the TV.

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    Jan 20, 2015 | Toshiba Televison & Video

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    I would like to remove the pedestal or stand from a LG 42LG70 TV because I want to place the TV on a wall mount.

    Usually the safe way to do this is look first at the owner manual but lay set face down on a padded surface so all weight is on the frame around the screen and no weight on the screen itself, exert no downward pressure in that position or screen may be damaged.

    Usually pedestal is secured by 4 or more screws that may require the back cover of the set to be removed first, to get at---a careful look with it face down will show if part of the pedestal is under the rear cover of the set or not.

    Dec 18, 2012 | LG 42LG70 42 in. LCD HDTV

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    Can't remove tv stand from vizio p50 hdtv20A

    You have to unscrew the stand from the set, the screws are on the back. I believe there are a total of 8 screws. You will then have to lift the set off of the stand.

    Dec 06, 2012 | Televison & Video

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    Hi there What size screws do I need to fit the stand to my Evotel tv - ELCD26DUSBHD. Have been given the set second hand with stand but no screws. Don't know where to start to get the right...

    Look on the back of the set around the edge. Remove one screw and see how it fits in the position for holding the stand. If good then take the screw to a hardware store or home center store and get all you need. It will most likely be metric. If the screw was short, then get the length you need.
    Replace the original screw.

    Mar 03, 2011 | Televison & Video

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    How do you remove the base inner bracket parts so that you can mount the TV on to a wall?

    What make and model?

    Most wall-mountable TVs will have threaded holes in the back for wall-mounting. Most of which you can bolt a bracket to then unscrew a few of the set-screws for the stand and slide the TV off of the stand.

    Most TVs have 4 set screws for the stand located near the bottom middle of the TV where the stand inserts into the TV. The screws may be recessed fairly far into the back of the set and may require a long thin screwdriver.

    Jan 01, 2010 | Panasonic TX-32LXD1 32 in. LCD Television

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    I cannot remove tv stand so that i can mount on wall

    There are six screws on the back of the set that remove the stand. Turn the set on its face on a soft surface (bed or carpet). At the base of the TV set (on the TV, not on the stand) you will see nine (9) screw heads. Remove the top three and the bottom three. Leave the middle three in place. The stand just lifts off.
    Now, replace the six screws into the TV chassis so if you ever want to replace the stand you'll know where the screws are.

    Oct 05, 2009 | Digital Lifestyle FA1B32Z 32 in. LCD...

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    Cant get my stand of my tv to mount it on the wall can you help?

    If you turn the set over you will see a set of screws attached to the bottom of the stand (inside hollow area). There also two screws I believe on the back of the unit near the stand area that need to come out. The stand should come off now. But do you really want to mount it on the wall?
    Oh well,
    Hope this helps

    Jun 22, 2009 | Toshiba REGZA 47HL167 TV

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    How do I remove the stand from a panasonic tv. model TX - 32LXD70

    The stand is held on by four screws. Lay the tv face down on a flat surface. Cover the surface with a blanket first. Use a regular phillips screw driver. (If you have a users manual see page 7)
    The screws are the set just above the stand on the back of the set. The stand will then slide out.

    Jan 31, 2009 | Panasonic Viera TX-32LX70 32 in. LCD TV

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    Can't get base off 26" Insinia 720p

    On the back of the set you will see 8 screws just above the stand; remove the screws
    and gently slide the stand out. Wiggle it alittle and the stand will come out.
    Remove the metal tab you just pulled out by removing the screws at the bottom of the tab (attached to the pivit joint) place the tab back in the bottom of the set( same place you removed it from) and re-install the screws ( don't over tighten them). You are done.

    I had the same trouble with this set and the tech support was of no help. Good Luck.

    Jul 17, 2008 | Insignia 26 in. LCD Flat-Panel HDTV

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    Olevia 227V lcd

    All you need to do is remove the two long screws on the back of the tv panel just above the stand, then the two short back panel screws AND the three short screws just above the two panel screws and the stand will come right off. DO NOT remove any of the other screws in the perimeter of the back panel. There is no need.
    After much trial and error this is the correct and EASY procedure for this apparently troublesome task. Good Luck !!

    Feb 12, 2008 | Olevia LT27HVX 27 in. LCD Television

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