Just mounted this TV this past weekend...Used Peerless flat panel wall mount bought on Ebay for $39.99 free shipping...Remove the stand by removing the 4 small screws on the back of the tv where the stand connects...then slide the stand off from the bottom...VOILA
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Hi, I have looked into whether or not this t.v. is wall mountable. The only way to tell if this is possible will be to look on the back of t.v. and if wall mounting is possible then there will be 4 screw holes approximately 15 inches apart forming a square. If these " mounting holes are not present then there is no way to mount the wall bracket. Second if holes are present there may be a protective plastic cover at the top of the table top stand where it meets the t.v.. It more than likely is just a snap on type situation and a little bit of prying will pop it off revealing the screws. I hope this has been useful, and thanks for asking FixYa, Good luck- Prodzilla.
It is wall mountable with a VESA Mount: 400 x 200 mm according to the installation guide (600 x 200 mm in the specs). The depth without stand is not given; other Magnovox TFT LCD televisions are about 5-6" in depth (4.9" for the 42MF439B/F7 )
Most wall-mountable TVs will have threaded holes in the back for wall-mounting. Most of which you can bolt a bracket to then unscrew a few of the set-screws for the stand and slide the TV off of the stand.
Most TVs have 4 set screws for the stand located near the bottom middle of the TV where the stand inserts into the TV. The screws may be recessed fairly far into the back of the set and may require a long thin screwdriver.
yes it is mountable. the 4 bolts are metric size is 6mm -1.0 x 40 mm
Use are large tv wall mount unit and buy the bolts seperately. I just hung mine and the
only problem I am having is I cannot remove the table top mount off the bottom of my TV
According to the manufacturer (and numerous websites selling this TV) there is no provision to mount this TV by normal industry standards. It should state clearly on the box or manual what the mounting standard is if it is mountable, and in this case its not. Sorry.
Most LCD HDTV televisions come with the option to remove the base, refer to your manual for proper instructions on removing the base. But make sure the TV is certified for wall mounting before you do anything - some are not certified and will not be wall mountable.
There are a number of small silver phillips head screws atteching the base to the back of the set. Remove these and the base will come off. I would suggest that you replace the screws into the back of the set so they won't be lost. I assume you have purchased the proper mounting bracket. If you shop at Wal Mart, they carry two sizes. The 32" will require the largest size. This info applies to what I purchased, which was the 32" LCD flat panel wall mountable unit. I hope I have been some help.....timitot2