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Old 04-25-2021, 11:07 AM   #1
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Aria Living Room TV removal

I need to remove the living room LG TV over the fireplace in our Aria 3601 as it is damaged.
I cannot see how it is attached to the wall (a bracket?) as it does not swing out or move.
All cables come from under the TV.
The wall backs up to the cabinets in the bathroom and I see no access there.
The separate sound bar under the TV is held in place with Velcro so it is movable.
My TVs at home are all stand alone and not wall mounted so this wall mount method is not familiar to me.
Thank you in advance for any of your suggestions!

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Old 04-26-2021, 04:09 AM   #2
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In ours I can see 4 screws that would be accessed with a long driver. I believe the TV is mounted to a metal panel that is then screwed into the wall (hopefully into a stud or backing plate). The outside TV in ours was mounted this way. I just removed it to install a swing out adjustable mount.
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Old 04-26-2021, 10:34 AM   #3
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In ours I can see 4 screws that would be accessed with a long driver. I believe the TV is mounted to a metal panel that is then screwed into the wall (hopefully into a stud or backing plate). The outside TV in ours was mounted this way. I just removed it to install a swing out adjustable mount.
Mike
Hello Mike and thank you for your reply.
Indeed the living room TV was mounted via a bracket on the back of the unit and then screwed into the wall.
Removal and installation successful.
Thanks again!
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