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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.
I did not see any for your exact model of TV available there when I looked, but the online selection changes daily, so you can always keep checking back. Just search on Ebay for 'HITACHI TV STAND' or 'HITACHI TV BASE' and you will see a wide variety of them available for different Hitachi TV models as well as what the average price for them is.Otherwise you can just buy a generic wall mount floor stand for around $100 which bolts to the TV like a wall mount, but actually sits on the floor instead of being bolted to the wall.
Here are some links to a few different models currently available on Ebay which include pictures so you can see what I mean:
That seems to be a good question. Page 12 of the manual refers to the mounting instructions for alternative mounts for specific details. I'm guessing that Hitachi has alternative mounts for specific models, and the swivel removal instructions would be found there.
I'll keep looking. Please post if you find the instructions.
First I am not to sure about the brand you got there, But if it is not wall supportable you do not need to reove anything but by a wall mount that will hold the bottom in place and yes there are wall mounts for this tpye of arrangment see not all flat panels go on walls thus hence you cannot remove the stand easy. Try finding a wall mount the has a L shape to it, it will hold the bottom of the tv and it comes with a little strap to hold it back into securement. Please do not try to remove the stand I would suggest a diffrent wall mount- Rulds2008 TV expert for 20 years
The base removes with the support arms that rise the height of the tv. remove all the screws from the back of the support arms and the base will slide out with the arms. you will need the holes open to mount to the wall mount