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Trouble removing the stand

Me and a guy tried for over an hour to remove the stand and we couldn't find a screwdriver to fit the grooves it looks like a regular screw but the grooves aren't deep enough to grip so what do i do please help thank you

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  • gnicol Feb 16, 2008

    I have the same problem. It has taken 2 hours and I only have one screw of 4 out.



    The instructions only talk about 2 screws, but it appears there are 4.



    My screw driver is turning the screws as I can losen then and then feel then stop when I re-tighten them.



    They are so deep and you can't see what you are doing. The last think you want to do is screw up such an expensive piece of hardware.


  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2008

    i have the same problem but i had taken off four screws at the back, marked with holes with an (s) is there any lock or any thing else i have to depress to get it out can i get an detailed description.

    Thank's

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There are 4 screws lay the tv flat on it's face and leave the stand hanging over the edge of the table, put a blanket under the tv to protect the screen, hold the stand up to take the pressure of the screws and use a philips head driver with magnetism, I do this for a living and you should not be having such a problem

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