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Ok it depends on the wall mount but this is the basic idea of it. make sure there is at least one other person to help you.
1. Make sure everything is off and unplugged from the tv. 2. If you have cables holding your tv to the wall remove them. 3. there should be securing screws at both sides of the arms attaching the tv to the wall. loosen them/ remove them. 4. lift and pull the tv away from the wall. have a friend help you. 5. remove the screws and bolts from the tv and the wall mount and you should be done.
If this doesn't work, find the manual for the wall mount. if you need help or additional tips put them in the comments. Thanks

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