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How do I remove the base from the TV so it can be wall mounted without leaving the stand attachment attached to the TV

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Depends on what TV you have. Most TV models i've dealt with, you need to remove the whole back of the TV and take the base out. Some smaller LCD monitor bases like Dells are attached only by a latch. Some bases are held together by 4 screws where the VESA mount would go.

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