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T8000C I'm having same problem. However, can't get the unit off the wall - afraid to use too much force - can't see any locking tabs previously suggested - can u help?

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My unit snapped off - rather hard, but it came - backing plate screwed to wall stays.

My unit was fried by the power fail/surge. I have sent the bill to the power Company - but don't hold much hope they will pay for it.

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