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I need instructions for wall mounting

The tv is currently on the stand and would like to mount on wall. lost the instructions.

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The TV is not the problem, if you have the parts to attach to the TV, and the screws that come with it, there is only one position that fits the support base on the TV, but the other part, I mean, the way that the support base is attached to the wall, I strongly recommend to find a Handy man who can do that job because must be a solid and deep surface in order to avoid the TV drop itself in any moment.

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