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Re: removing television base
You will need a phillips head screwdriver. There are four screws on the back of the TV that go into two rather long "legs" that go a few inches into the bottom of the TV. Just remove those screws and lift the TV off the stand. If you have your owner manual it will show you exactly where the screws are located otherwise just look for the heads of phillips head screws.
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37LG30 - loosened the 4 screws on the back of the TV but base mount wouldn't come off. Found that had to remove the screws even though already loose so that doesn't bind in the holes. Did this by making the loose screws bind in the wholes. Using twisers in the whole would have done the same thing. o
To remove the base stand, place the TV face down on a smooth surface. Place a cloth underneath it to protect the screen. Remove the 4 phillipscrews from the stand. The stand can now be removed. The set can with a cover plate you can use to cover the opening.
See page #86 in the User Manual.
Most Protron and Ultra branded bases can be easily removed by just unscrewing them. Just a few simple screws and it should come right off. May need to flip it over and just take a look at where it's screwed into the TV itself. Hope this helps!
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.