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I am trying to take the stand off of my monitor because I am using double monitors and want to mount them on a different mount designed to hold two monitors. I can not get the stands off and I am afraid I am going to break them. Any hints.

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    there are 4 exposed screws that can be removed, but there is still some attachment behind the plate...a hook or something...does anyone know how that piece detaches?

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Most time the stand mount scrrews are covered up by plastic covers. Try moving the rear plastic parts to see if they pop off.
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