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thats a switching regulator its almost impossible to get full schematics for an LG LCD tv since the manufacturers dont provide them as the repairs are board replacement and no longer component based repairs. Are you needing assistance with a power supply on a LG42LC2D ? If not post what model number you have an what issue and I will assist.
On the back of the tv located at the very bottom where the stand meets the base of tv there are from 4 to 6 screws that hold it in place. I am including a link to the tv's manual. The instructions for the base are located on p.13. If this helps please rate me. I do not get paid but like to help.
It straight forward check for all around the base stand for screws,just make sure u check and take out all the screws out.Now,just push the base stand it foward or backward for loosen.Just take it out now.
U have to litterly turn the tv 20 degrees to the left or to the right.If u wanted the tv move to the left or the tv move to the right.The base stand dose not move,it is a solid base stand to hold the tv in with screws.Some tv u can swivels,but only can do it up and down by 20 degrees screen base swivels that it.Take a hold tight of the LCD screen panel and push it up or down 20 degree,that is ur base swivels.
If you look at the back of your TV, locate four big screw/bolts. Its the biggest screws/bolts you'll ever find at the back. 2 each side that holds the unit to its swivel base. roughly 12" from the left edge and 12" also from the right edge. remove all this four (4) screws/bolts then ask someone to help you lift from the base. Good Luck.
Hi there is normally a set of 4 to 6 screws that hold the base to the tv set that you remove , you can then possibly use the same screws to attach the wall bracket to the back of the tv before mounting on the wall
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