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Make a wooden support at the mounting bracket before you mount it to the wall this will support your tv from accidental falling
Posted on Dec 03, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remove tv from wall mount
there is an anti theft device on the wall mounts you need the manual to adjust mount to take off
heres the link just follow instructions to get download i will also be posting it here on fixya too
this the manual
Posted on May 26, 2008
I don't know the model in particular, but most of these sets can be wall mounted if you have the screw holes for the mounting plate in the back of the set.
What I believe the tech was telling you would be that it is best to not wall mount the set. The reason is that we found that we have been seeing a higher failure rate from sets being wall mounted. This is because the surface of the wall reflects some heat back in the set, and thus causes it to internaly run warmer. This is also the same from running a set inside of a cabinet. The complete surface area behind the set being very close to the wall surface blocks cooler air circulation. It is best to run these sets on a stand that is out in the opened at least 1 foot away from any wall surface.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
Here are a few spots you can try. Underneath, there might be locks that use alan keys. You might need a long alan key depending on how big your TV is. Unscrew these alan keys as much as possible. Some mounts require up to pull the bottom of the TV out and then lift straight up. Try using a flashlight and look all around the TV, Also check the top. Some have clips that need to be pushed to the side. These clips have holes in them and sometime held in with zip ties to keep them locking the TV, You will need to cut the zip ties. Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
http://store.videomountstore.com/ has a tool at the top of the page that gives custom mount recommendations based on the mounting holes for your specific TV. Just choose PROSCAN and 26LB30Q from the list and it will show you the mounts they have that will work for that TV.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
There's a little more elaboration required on the above post...You need to remember that the base has two long pins that go up into the TV. These pins are held in by two screws each. The screws are on each side of the TV (two vertical inline screws, inside a small inset section). Remove all four screws and the TV will come up off the base. Pull it straight and gently, but firmly, to unseat it from the pins.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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