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Removing the stand

My tv came with a stand attached. Can it be removed? If so how?

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Well, it's a little too late to help you but I just got a second hand one and there are four bolts in the internal part of the TV so you'll need to remove the back of the TV. You'll need to remove the two clamps that are screwed into the stand as well...

You'll need a torx driver to take the bolts out but it should come off quite easily...although it weighs a ton....


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