When you buy a flat-screen TV, it likely comes with a wall mount. This makes it easy to attach the TV to the wall and keep it secure. But what happens when you want to move the TV? If you don’t want to damage the wall or the TV, you’ll need some string.

Here’s how to remove a TV from a wall mount without strings:

Get a friend to help

Having a second person to help is always a good idea when removing a TV from a wall mount. They can hold the TV while you remove the screws or brackets.

Use a screwdriver to remove the screws from the back of the TV mount

Start by removing the screws that hold the mount to the wall.  Once these are removed, you will be able to lower or raise the TV as needed.

Have your friend hold onto the TV while you unscrew the mount from the wall

Use a screwdriver to remove any other screws on the TV mount.  Remove any brackets that may have been holding the mount in place.

Carefully lower the TV down

Now that the mount is no longer attached to the wall, you can lower the TV down.   Be careful not to damage the screen or any cords that may be attached to it. Place a blanket or piece of cardboard between the TV and the floor to protect it.

You can now move the TV to its new location and attach it to the wall mount there. If you follow these steps, you should be able to remove your TV from a wall mount without any strings or damage to the TV or the wall. It may take some time and effort, but with the help of a friend and a screwdriver, it can be done!

How to remove TV from full motion wall mount?

To begin with, you will need to know how this mount works. This type of mounting system is not like a traditional mount that once your TV is attached, it stays up and mounted until you take it off the wall. With full motion mounts, they are designed so you can pull them from the wall easily when needed or needed for maintenance or other purposes.

A full motion mount allows you to swivel, tilt and adjust the position of your TV as needed. The downside is that they can be trickier to remove than traditional mounts. Therefore, follow these steps to safely remove your tv from this kind of mount:

  1. First, ensure that your TV is turned off and unplugged from power. This is an important first step to avoid any electrical hazards when working with a full motion wall mount.
  2. Next, locate where the screws are located on your mount that hold it in place against the wall. Different mounts will have different placement of the screws, so it is important to carefully look at your mount and find where they are before beginning the removal process.
  3. Once you have located the screws, begin by loosening them using a screwdriver or other tool as needed. Do not fully remove them yet – just loosen them enough so that your TV can be lifted away from the wall.
  4. Once you have loosened the screws, carefully pull your TV away from the wall in order to remove it completely from the mount. Be sure to hold onto your TV as you do this – you don’t want it to accidentally fall off or become damaged during the removal process.
  5. Finally, once your TV is safely removed from the mount, unscrew the remaining screws to fully remove the mount from the wall. You can then store it away or dispose of it as needed.

By following these steps, you can easily and safely remove your tv from a full motion wall mount. Just be sure to take your time and be careful when working with this kind of mount, as it can be a bit more complex than traditional mounts. With careful preparation and attention to detail, however, you should be able to remove your tv from the mount without any problems. Good luck!

How to remove TV from swivel wall mount?

To begin with, you need to ensure that the wall plate is securely fastened against the wall. To do this, use a carpenter’s level and make sure it goes horizontally across the entire length of the wall plate. If necessary, adjust the position of any slotted holes on the TV mount in order to ensure it perfectly aligns with those on your television.

Now, take a look at the back of your television. You should see four VESA mount holes (two on the top and two on the bottom). These are what you will use to connect your TV to the mount.

If your TV does not have these VESA mount holes, then it cannot be mounted on a wall.

If your TV does have the necessary VESA mount holes, then you can proceed to connect it to the swivel wall mount. Most mounts have a central arm that will be connected first. Once this is in position, use a screwdriver to securely fasten it down by tightening its mounting bolts. You should make sure that the arm is positioned so that it is in line with the VESA mount holes on your television.

Now, take the plate that will be mounted on the wall and position it so that the central hole lines up with the central arm of the mount. Again, use a screwdriver to tighten down the mounting bolts. At this point, your TV should be securely mounted on the wall.

To remove your TV from the swivel wall mount, simply loosen the mounting bolts on both the central arm and the wall plate. You may need to use a power drill for this. Once the bolts are loosened, you can carefully remove your TV from the mount.

How to access the back of the wall-mounted TV?

To access the back of a wall-mounted TV, you will need to remove it from the wall. First, locate the screws that are holding the TV to the wall and remove them. Then, use a screwdriver to loosen the screws on the back of the TV that are holding it in place. Finally, pull the TV away from the wall and reattach the cords or cables that were connected to it. Be sure not to drop any screws behind the wall when you are moving it! You may need someone to help you lift the TV so that you do not hurt yourself or break your back.

How to remove the TV from the wall mount in RV?

Removing your TV from the wall mount might seem like a daunting task, but it’s actually not too difficult. Below are the steps you need to take in order to properly remove your TV from the wall mount without damaging it or yourself in the process.

First and foremost, you will want to make sure that your TV is unplugged before beginning any of the steps. Once your TV is unplugged, you can begin by removing the screws that are holding the wall mount to the studs in your RV. Depending on the type of wall mount you have, there may be different numbers of screws, but they should all be relatively easy to remove.

After the screws have been removed, gently pull the TV away from the wall. You may need to wiggle it a bit to get it started, but be careful not to pull too hard or you could end up damaging the cords. Once the TV is free from the wall, you can remove the cords from the back of the TV and safely set it aside.

Now that you’ve removed your TV from the wall, it is time to put the new one up. You will want to begin by measuring the distance between the two studs that your wall mount will attach to. Be sure to measure both horizontally and vertically, as well as making sure that you allow for a little bit of extra space for wiggle room. Once you have the measurement, mark it on the wall and use a level to make sure it is straight before drilling any holes.

Once your holes are drilled into the wall, you can begin to screw in your TV mount. Make sure that each of the screws is secured tightly so that they do not come loose over time and cause damage to your TV. When you are done screwing in the mount, you can gently place your TV onto it and adjust the height of the screen to fit your preferences.

After making sure that your TV is level and secured to the wall mount, all that is left to do is plug everything back in and put any cords or cables that were removed back into place. Once that is done, you can sit back and enjoy your newly mounted TV!

Final words:

In conclusion, there are three ways to remove a TV from a wall mount without causing any damage – using strings, levers or screws. If you’re careful and take your time, removing the TV from the wall mount can be an easy process.

How to take TV down from wall mount? [guide for tilting, swivel & full motion]

  • TV Mounting Service Toronto & TV Wall Mounting
  • (647) 471-7273
  • Proudly serving in the Greater Toronto Area