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Panasonic TC-P60ST30 SETUP

by Amesropian34 / March 1, 2012 5:59 AM PST

Hi Everyone,

Just got this TV a few days ago. Turned on and it looks great! Only problem is that its sitting on my floor b/c for the life of me I cant seem to figure our to connect it to the base it comes with. I've looked over and over again at the manual and I cant seem to understand what I'm doing wrong.

Any tips would help? Anybody else have this problem?

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Re: TV
by Kees_B Forum moderator / March 1, 2012 7:35 PM PST

How about asking the sales person in the shop where you bought it? If he doesn't know it himself, he'll ask the tech. Together they should be able to find out and demo it.


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Assembly instructions
by Willy / March 2, 2012 11:01 PM PST

Believe me, they don't try to keep this a secret. You may need to remove some cover or seal or access panel where screws and plate are allowed. The instructions should have been present for assembly, unless lost or misplaced or missing. Besides going back to the store for help and asking, maybe look over the display model. There is usually the support website, just find your model# and go from there. There should be the user guide or setup guide as a reference for such things.

If using it's own stand, then the plates should slide or mount in such a way for you to screws them down from bottom. If mounting on wall, then the VESA type access point(4 mounting points) to attach it are located generally speaking somewhere to mount it. These may vary in order to spread the load, thus some cover may need to be removed.

tada -----Willy Happy

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