Question about Samsung LE40R74BDX 40 in. LCD Television
I have a Samsung LE40R74BDX 40 in LCD and want to take the stand off so I can wall mount it. How do you remove the stand?
UNSCREW the FOUR (4) screws on the back panel (marked with an "S" next to their recessed holes.
Work with the panel screen-side up (ie on its back - we did it with the LCD on the bed), and just JIGGLE the stand back and forth until the screws drop out. This make take some doing, but using force is a no-no (as the screw mounts are only plastic). Obviously the screws MUST be undone, so just keep unscrewing them while someone else jiggles for you.
Thats it. The plastic cover (from the manual & warranty bag) covers the hole.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
After spending 2hour trying to get the stand off my samsung LE37R88D I finally managed! You need to pull the stand very hard, while unscrewing at the same time, hope this helps the rest of you :o)
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
I too had the same problem tonight????? After a few attempts of trying to pull the television off its stand I finally realized the four screws at the back need to come out completely, so I tipped the television backwards until all of the screws fell out, then lifted the television off
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
I have a Samsung LNT4665F and did everything mentioned before on this thread. Nothing worked and it seemed like I was making no progress with loosening the screws. Here's the trick that did it for me: Use a #1 Screwdriver that comes to a severe point on its end. Most phillips head screwdrivers are #2s and the grooves are too thick to turn the screw. As a test, try your screwdriver on the screw that is visible next to all the A/V inputs. Do not take this screw out! Just see if you can turn it. It's the same type of screw that is deep within those "S" holes.
I unscrewed while the TV was upright and on the stand. I then flipped it panel side down on a couch and jiggled the stand until all four screws fell out.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
I thought the superglue idea was neat but then I thought what if I leave a mess, why not try sticky tape first.
Just a bit of insulating tape put sticky side out on a PH2 crosshead screwdriver, push it home and pull on the tape and out they came came.
No need to put the tele on its face or its back, and the stand stayed in place after the screws were removed - it's a good fit - but don't leave anything fragile underneath just in case.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Be careful not to scratch the frame around the edge of the screen while you're trying to get the stand off. What worked for me with a Samsung 37A552 was to lie the TV across the gap between two soft chairs, with the screen facing the ceiling. Slide yourself in under the TV and the 4 S screws will just fall out when you unscrew them. Then the stand pulls out easily.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
I have the 46" version of the TV.
Unscrew the four screws marked 'S' on the rear of the TV at the bottom (you'll need a Phillips screwdriver).
We had to unscrew the damn things for what seemed an eternity, but if you tip the TV upside down and tilt it, eventually the screws fall out. The fascia supplied with the TV can then be fitted over the hole.
Dave & Eileen
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
4 Things you'll need before removing the pedestal stand from your Samsung TV:
1. A flat workspace big enough to lay the TV down.
2. A soft protective cloth to cover the workspace.
3. A Phillips-head screwdriver preferably with a magnetic tip.
4. Someone to help you lift the TV.
What to do next:
- Cover the workspace area with the protective cloth, making sure that it is clear of anything that might scratch the TV.
- When picking up the TV grab the bottom and top of the frame, also known as the bezel.
- Be sure not to put pressure on the screen as this could damage the unit.
- Gently lay the TV screenside down on the cloth, then using the screwdriver loosen and remove all four screws.
- Slowly pull the stand out of the bottom of the TV.
Posted on Apr 24, 2020
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Posted on Apr 24, 2020
Go to youtube and there is a video on how to open it.
Posted on Sep 03, 2015
I am able to remove three out of four screws from 46" Samsung LCD however not fourth one. I looks like stuck inside. I dont know what to do. Any ideas?????
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Ive just removed the base stand off my 40" Samsung and all you hace to do is remove the 4 screws that are marked S and the base slides out
But the screws must be fully removed from the sockets before the stand comes away so a magnetic screw driver or something simular is what to need to fully take them from the sockets.
Hope this helps as some of the prevoius replys really helped me
Happy Screwing Folks
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Here is your problem guys your trying to take the wrong screws its not the 4 at the bottom of the stand its the four that are marked s at the back base of the tv under the sansung moddel number sign x
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
DO NOT TAKE THE BACK OFF OF THE TV! There are 4 screws marked "S" - simply loosen these while pulling down lightly on the foot assembly - the foot assembly should come off as soon as the 4 screws are removed!
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
I found these articles very useful, another tip in my case I already had it mounted on my wall and didnt want to take it down so I used a tiny dab of super glue and held it on the screw for a second before gently unscrewing them and pulling the screws out with the screwdriver I used loctite super glue Its the best ive found
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
I am having the same problem right now. I hope you have figured it out since, but if not, this is what i got after downloading the manual off the Samsung website. 1. Place the TV face down on a soft cloth or cushion on a table. 2. Remove four screws from the back of the TV. 3. Separate the stand from the TV. 4. Cover the bottom hole with a cap.
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT !! ( 1 PERSON )
ONLY SLIGHT ALTERATION TO ABOVE . HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AND SIMPLY.
HOLD UPSIDE DOWN WITH 1 HAND AROUND ROUND STEM ABOUT 5MM ABOVE CUSHION OR SOMETHIN SOFT AND UNDO SCREWS. OBVIOUSLY BE CAREFULL IT AINT GONNA ROLL . HAVE UR KNEE READY OR SUMTHIN ... ON A CUSHION AGAINST A SOFA IS MY RECCOMENDATION .. HAPPY DAYS.. OH YEH AND IF UR GONNA USE IT FOR GAMING BE SURE TO SELECT "1080I" ON UR CONSOLE AND SELECT "GAME MODE" ON UR SAMSUNG WHERE THE COG SYMBOL IS IN THE MENU.. LOVLY
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
Had the same problem . i did get the stand off but the set now does not power up
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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