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Most likely yes. You will need to know the size of the TV (diagonal measurement across the screen [24" 26" 32" 40" etc]) It might also be a good idea to find out the weight of your TV set.
You will also have to look at the back of your TV set for mounting holes. These will be four holes arranged in a square. Measure the distance between two of the holes, vertically or horizontally.
Then go to your local store like Walmart and look at the wall mount brackets. Find one that matches your requirements. A 36" wall mount will suit a TV up to 36" diagonal, so it will likely support 26" 30" 32" etc.
Some mounts say they will support a TV up to a certain weight.
Do you need adjustments so that the screen can be angled slightly?
Finally, what type of wall are you fixing the wall mount to? Is it brick or stud? You will need different fixings or anchors to secure your TV to the wall.
Hi if you look on the back there will be four holes measure the distance between two from left to right and reference it to the sizes the wall mounts say they do between . i bought mine on ebay its really nice and the price was great...
any hardware store will have them bring your tv manual with you it will tell you the spec on the screw to connect to the 4 pre existing nuts on the back of the tv as far as from the mount to wall it will be a standard lag bolt small enough to fit threw the hole and long enough to go threw the drywall and about an inch and a half of the studd 2" to 2 1/2" inch lag bolt will work
I think it is probably a metric bolt. Maybe a 10 or 12 MM. There aren't many if any consumer electronics manufactured in the US anymore, and most use metric screws and bolts. Check one of the bolts from that table stand to see what it is. That will tell you if it is metric or standard.
My insignia 26 inch dvd combo TV stand can be removed by removing the access cover to your input connection. There are eleven black phillip-head screws. The three bottom screws also hold the plastic base cover in place. Remove all eleven screws and pull the stand out from below. The four philip-head screws on the back center of the TV is for the location of the wall bracket mount. Good luck.
The universal mounts generally have a selection of screws that are to fit different makes and models of tvs. If you bought the appropriate size mount for the size of your TV, there should be mounting holes that match your TV, and screws that will secure it. I have not seen any mounts that use more than four.
Ok, great.Look at the back panel and you can see four holes spaced 4" between the top and bottom, and 16" from side to side.
these are for universal mount.
I think this clears your problem
"Please use caution if wall mounting this product. Follow all directions from the manufacturer of the wall mount and be sure to securely fasten the product to the mount. While the TV can be wall mounted, improper wall installation may void the warranty."