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How do you remove the base from 42 INCH OLEVIA

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On my tv (42 inch) there are sixteen screws on the middle set up in four rows of four each. these are about two or three inches long.
take these out and the base comes off.
hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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There are 5 screws on the back of the TV under the inputs in an x pattern:

X X
X
X X

Remove these and set aside. You should also see 2 screws on either side of the X pattern, loosen these. You should then be able to slide the TV off the base. Remember to re-tighten the loosened screws. Place the removed screws in the base in case you ever wish to use it in the future.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

SOURCE: How to Remove the Base

The 2 screws on each side directly above the stand legs need to be removed. You do not need to remove the big plastic back panel. Remember the TV is heavy, the screws are under pressure and when the screws are removed the TV will drop. I suggest 3 people, 1 to remove the screws and 2 to hold up each side during and after the screws are removed.

If you want to remove the speakers, just disconnect the wires at the TV source, & remove top 2 screws from the brackets on each side of the centerline. Lower the speakers & rotate the bottom forward & out the front.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Red spots on Olevia TV

pixels are bad/going dead. look up dead pixel issue on PSP for really good explanations, or just trust me.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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SOURCE: trying to take the base off my son's 42 inch olevia 542-b12

There are 16 phillips head screws on the back of the TV above the base, remove all of them and the base just falls out.

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Sounds like you need to download the latest update, unfortunately Olevia went bankrupt and doesn't answer the phone. If I find out anything that is being done to correct the situation, I post it

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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I have an Olevia 42" TV. I was able to remove the base by removing 16 screws on the back side. They were arranged vertically in 4 sets of 4. The screws go through the back panel, through the base and attach (without nuts) directly into the inside of the TV. After removing the 16 screws the stand simply slides out.
I tried removing two screws underneath the base area. They were small screws and were a pain to remove. I thought I would try that first instead of removing 16 screws but that did nothing.
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