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Olevia 227V lcd

I need to remove the stand so that I can mount the tv on the wall. I can't figure out which screws to remove on the tv to remove the stand,

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  • tklambertjr Mar 16, 2008

    how do i remove the stand to wall mount?

  • davidbooth May 20, 2008

    I have the same problem. The TV is an Olevia 227-S11. There are 2 screws at the top of the base but removing them did nothing. Thanks

  • crystaltt Sep 02, 2008

    We had the same problem. We tried everything and could not get the stand off. We ended up sawing it off. Yes, that is correct, we uses an electric saw. It worked. Now, the tv is on the wall.

  • Glenlan Nov 03, 2008

    I have a 3 series and have loosened all the screws on the base stand, but it will not come off. When I look in the gap at the top where it joins the TV there appears to be two vertical plugs that connect it to the TV and seem to prevent it from detaching. Cannot find any other screws on the bottom that might be connecting thru these plugs. I don't want to resort to the solution the other person suggested of sawing it off, there must be a way to do this. Any suggestions appreciated.

    Glen

  • techtrouble5 Feb 13, 2009

    Thank you to dep 292 for the response. That worked for me. No need to remove all screws from back of tv.

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All you need to do is remove the two long screws on the back of the tv panel just above the stand, then the two short back panel screws AND the three short screws just above the two panel screws and the stand will come right off. DO NOT remove any of the other screws in the perimeter of the back panel. There is no need.
After much trial and error this is the correct and EASY procedure for this apparently troublesome task. Good Luck !!

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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"Put the saw away. Go find a Phillips screwdriver.

My set had 16 screws - 4 columns of 4 - on the back of the unit, just above the base stand. These screws are pretty long (about 3"). I removed all 16 of these screws and the base slipped right out.

It took me a while to figure it out. 16 screws seemed excessive, but that's the deal." ---------------- Whoever said that is right. I tried it and It worked. Now I have the wall mounted with surround sound!

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Thanks so much for the information on this! My husband would have been getting out the saw had I not looked up how to do it on the net! Isn't the internet wonderful!!!

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

Put the saw away. Go find a Phillips screwdriver.

My set had 16 screws - 4 columns of 4 - on the back of the unit, just above the base stand. These screws are pretty long (about 3"). I removed all 16 of these screws and the base slipped right out.

It took me a while to figure it out. 16 screws seemed excessive, but that's the deal.

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Unscrwew knob on back that holds on the gray cover on the back of the stand. remove the cover that the knob held on . Ther are 4 bolts under this that need tobe removed. Thats it.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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I just repaired a 26" in which the stand came off after I took the primary panel off in the middle of the back then the screws were visible that Olevia is talking about. You might have a different style but it does come off.

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