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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: removal of base
Most LCD HDTV televisions come with the option to remove the base, refer to your manual for proper instructions on removing the base. But make sure the TV is certified for wall mounting before you do anything - some are not certified and will not be wall mountable.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
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.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
On the back of the tv located at the very bottom where the stand meets the base of tv there are from 4 to 6 screws that hold it in place. I am including a link to the tv's manual. The instructions for the base are located on p.13. If this helps please rate me. I do not get paid but like to help.
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
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Most flat TV's actually have the stand held on by 4 screws on the back of the TV, not the bottom. Look closely and you should see them down 4 small holes. These hold the stand on. I think what you may have done is taken the bottom plate of the stand.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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Select a location to hang your mirror by holding it up on different areas of the wall. If possible, ask another person to hold the mirror while you stand on the other side of the room to judge the best spot for displaying it. Once you've decided on a spot, mark the wall lightly with a pencil along the top and bottom edges and/or corners of the mirror.
Place a level against the wall horizontally at the top pencil marks and tilt it up and down slightly until the bubble centers inside the glass tube in the level.
Draw a line lightly with your pencil along the edge of the level.
Lay a thick towel or blanket on a flat work surface and place the mirror on top of it, reflective side down.
Wipe the back of the mirror with a damp cloth to remove any dirt or debris sticking to the surface and wait 15 to 20 minutes for it to dry. In addition, wipe the wall down and wipe or air-dry it. If either surface has greasy or oily stains or other marks, wash the surfaces with mild detergent, rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth to remove any residue, then wipe or air-dry.
Affix strips of heavy-duty, double-sided, mirror-mounting tape to the back of the mirror along the sides, top and bottom.
Remove the paper backing from the double-sided tape strips, align the top of your mirror with the pencil line on the wall and press the mirror firmly against the wall.
Erase any visible pencil marks.
If you need to mount a heavy mirror without putting a hole in a wall, hire a professional mirror installer.
Never touch the adhesive surface with your fingers because you can transfer oil to the adhesive that can reduce its ability to bond to surfaces.
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