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
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Take the TV down. there are 4 Phillips head screws one the back bottom that hold the stand on. take them out and lift the TV off the stand and hang it back on the wall. be sure to remove the stand screws and not the screws that hold the TV together.
You have just found out why the plasma sets are fading from the market.
Both of you may have a power supply problem. The PS in plasma TVs is more complex than in LCD sets and therefore more likely to fail.
Since Akai is so poor on product support, they may not even have parts since that set was made by Samsung who also doesn't want to hear anything about them (their site doesn't recognize the Akai model number), you may be out of luck.
In researching Akai, I find large number of folks who will not buy any Akai anythings again.
This kind of performance is unusual for a Japanese company.
There are two handles on this set that come off with the removal of two screws. The base has posts that slide in up from the bottom. Trace the legs up and remove the two screws that hold each leg. You need a second person to help lift the set from the base. Now mount to the wall bracket.
I just purchased this unit and briefly looked at removing the stand though I haven't taken it off yet. Anyways, I think you need to remove the black metal mounting frame from the TV before trying to unscrew the stand (4 screws) from the metal frame. After the frame is off the TV, I think you can then get at a couple of hidden screws to remove the stand from frame. I don't know if the frame goes back on the TV or not.