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Missing Tv stand pieces

I have a legend tv model l1928. It was in the new travel trailer I bought last year. I replaced it with a larger TV. The TV was mounted on the wall. I need the stand assy. so I can Stand it up by itself. These pieces were not with the trailer when I bought it. Can I get these pieces?

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SOURCE: how to remove the stand from samsung LCD TV

Place the tv on its screen flat on a soft surface,
you need to remove all the screws, not just the stand one marked.
Lift the back panel and then you will be able to slide down the stand, when you have removed the back cover you will also see where how your wall mount will fit to the chassis.
Place all the screws back on the back lid.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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Ive just removed the base stand off my 40" Samsung and all you hace to do is remove the 4 screws that are marked S and the base slides out
But the screws must be fully removed from the sockets before the stand comes away so a magnetic screw driver or something simular is what to need to fully take them from the sockets.
Hope this helps as some of the prevoius replys really helped me
Happy Screwing Folks

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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SOURCE: taking stand off toshiba regza tv

forget the four holes on the bottom of the stand. Remove the five allen bolts on the back bottom of the tv-not the stand. Yank on stand and metal plate slides out with stand.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: stand wont come off grundig tv model gu19wdvd3 to mount it

Remove the three screws from the back of the stand.
Remove the four screws from the bottom of the stand.
Looking down at the bottom of the stand, push the four protuding clips inwards (not easy - you may need to gently ease them with a small screwdriver)
This unclips the oval base and allows you to unscrew the remaining screw inside the stem of the base

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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SOURCE: how do I remove the stand to mount the TV on the

the TV will mount to the wall via the VESA screw mounts on the back of the LCD. If it is a smaller, monitor sized LCD then the screw pattern will be either 75x75mm or 100x100mm. On larger TVs is it usually 100x200mm. Sometimes the base is screwed into this mount and othertimes to the bottom. Simply unscrew it from the screen. Be sure that the wall mounting kit can handle your LCDs VESA screw pattern, screen size and screen weight.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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