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Can't get base off 26" Insinia 720p

I finally got the base off but there is still a huge silver circle looking thing attached at the bottom that held the base on. I can not for the life of me figure it out. I can hang it on the wall with it on there but looks very bad and way unfinished.....please help!!!!!!!!!1

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  • Anonymous Aug 25, 2008

    We have the same problem - it really seems odd, and we can't find anything about it in the manual.

  • Anonymous Sep 05, 2008

    Same problem here, too.  Silver circle with a bolt sticking out.  Ugly and snares cables.



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Okay, I read the above fix and still couldn't get the bloody stand off. LOL... I just figured out that it has nothing to do with the screws on the bottom of the stand, which also have eight screws, they are the other eight ones on the back of the LCD where all the inputs go in. DOH!

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

Dude, perfect, thanks so much!

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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On the back of the set you will see 8 screws just above the stand; remove the screws
and gently slide the stand out. Wiggle it alittle and the stand will come out.
Remove the metal tab you just pulled out by removing the screws at the bottom of the tab (attached to the pivit joint) place the tab back in the bottom of the set( same place you removed it from) and re-install the screws ( don't over tighten them). You are done.

I had the same trouble with this set and the tech support was of no help. Good Luck.

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