Advice for removing plasma from wall mount

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  1. Douglas R

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    I have a 43" Pioneer plasma TV fixed to a wall mounted bracket which was installed professionally. I'd like some advice on how to remove the TV from the wall mounting bracket. The mounting has two screws at the top and two screws below. The two top screws can be freely moved i.e. they are loose and raised. Here are pictures of the top and (below) bottom. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    what's the issue preventing you from removing the tv from the bracket?
     
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    Well, do I just remove the bottom screws? What are the top screws for?
     
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    I think he asked you that question because Pioneers ( at least the one I have ) have a series of hooks on the back and you just lift the plasma up and out from the bracket - there are no screws involved between the plasma and the bracket. Sounds like yours may be mounted differently.
     
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    Ah I see. Thank you!
     
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