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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to Remove the Base
The 2 screws on each side directly above the stand legs need to be removed. You do not need to remove the big plastic back panel. Remember the TV is heavy, the screws are under pressure and when the screws are removed the TV will drop. I suggest 3 people, 1 to remove the screws and 2 to hold up each side during and after the screws are removed.
If you want to remove the speakers, just disconnect the wires at the TV source, & remove top 2 screws from the brackets on each side of the centerline. Lower the speakers & rotate the bottom forward & out the front.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Open up the panel on the back of the TV which covers the various input connections. At the bottom of the area previously covered, there are 8 screws (two rows of four screws). Remove them, and the entire stand should now slide right out of the TV. You can then replace the screws back in their holes, so you don't lose them. You do not need to disassemble the stand to do this.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: removing base from tv
I researched this problem on the net and found the solution. Someone on one of the posts said the base can be removed by taking out four screws - all from the back of the TV. One screw is the one closest to the power plug, the next screw is beside it, the remaining two screws are the corresponding screws on the opposite side of the base panel (still on the back of the TV). Once these screws are removed the base comes off including the mounting bolt and the rectangular shaped plastic panel. There are no electronics or any components inside the base panel, only the bolt and plastic base which are held on by the four aforementioned screws. It was very easy to remove!
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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