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Removing rotating base

I cannot remove the part of the base just below the indication lights on my TV. I had no trouble getting the base off, but the spacer between the base and the TV I cannot seem to get off. I seems like it should be able to come off, but I can't find any bolts or screws holding it on.

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Look for the arrows on the back of the screen!
I got mine completely off in 1 piece

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Someone told me that it was actually where the hard drive was located on th 42LB1DR tv's...Not sure if I believe him but I gave up trying to remove it...

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To Remove:
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