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Removing television base

I am trying to remove the base from my 37" insigna lcd television so that i can wall mount it but i cant seem to remove the base. help

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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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