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Where can i buy a pedestal for my hitachi p50tp01? i bought it but it only came with a wall mount, but i dont want it on the wall. any help?i do know it origianally came with a motorised pedestal but got broken. so where do i buy the original pedestal from?

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  • samgypsy May 28, 2010

    i tried ebay, they only have pedestals for 22" hitachi tv, but thanks anyhoo!!

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Hi, we have just bought a second hand Hitachi Hi Plasma TV Model PD1, 42PMA400A. We have a wall bracket but what we'd eally like is a stand ... the base plate and two stems that go into the bottom of...


If you search on Ebay for your TV's exact model number, sometimes you can find a replacement stand for it there from someone who has their TV mounted to the wall and is no longer using it. These are normally fairly heavy and bulky items, so Ebay purchase prices and shipping costs can vary widely.

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