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One of two general answers----look to see if screws all around the back of the set--if so set must be safely laid face down(no pressure on screens) and base removed first then the screws. Also some sets in addition have tabs around the back cover that snap the back on---use a thin metal putty knife and probe to snap them loose----left to right etc.
very carefully----set must be laid face down on padded surface that fully supports the screen with no pressure on it---one wrong move and set is destroyed.
exert no downward pressure with set in this position---look for the four or more bolts that go thru the back and secure the stand unit noting if different lengths and oh make sure you put the bolts somewhere where you do not loose them.
This requires some care---set will have to be laid face down--the screen unit or display panel is EXTREMELY fragile---the set must be laid down so the entire frame around the screen is supported and no pressure is exerted on the actual screen! One wrong move or downward pressure can damage/destroy the screen.
The base is attached with several bolts that come with the set--exact length and thread type is critical. They may all be same or different lengths. Line them all up and tighten with hand--snug them down evenly with a tool---NO downward pressure on screen when doing this.
If have lost or do not have the bolts contact the maker who will tell you size, thread type and number of bolts.