Can you get different stands for Samsung TV?
Your Samsung TV will come with a compatible stand and all the hardware required to assemble it. If you have broken or misplaced your stand, you may be able to purchase a new one from our spare parts page.
Can I replace the legs on my Samsung TV?
Once you’ve removed the legs on your Samsung TV, you can replace them with new legs or prepare the TV for a wall mount.
Do Samsung TVs have adjustable feet?
Yes, the TV feet are adjustable.
Does the Samsung frame TV come with a stand?
Samsung’s relocated the ports to another piece of hardware and, luckily, it’s included in the box. It’s a handy solution for cable management, especially if setting up The Frame on a wall or a home entertainment stand. For the latter, Samsung does include a stand in the box (made up of two legs).
What size screw does a Samsung TV stand use?
Samsung TV legs generally use screws that range from M4s to M8s depending on the size of the TV. If it is smaller TV that ranges between 19 and 22 inches, then you’ll want to go with M4s. If it is between 30 to 40 inches, then go with M6s. Finally, if it is a larger screen than that, M8s will work.
How do I remove legs from my Samsung Series 7 TV?
If it’s anything like my Samsung – you have to pop the little cover off on the back of the TV right behind the leg. Mine had a little downward pointing arrow on it pointing to where you lift up or out. That exposes the two screws. Unscrew them as far as they will go but they may not come out.
Can you change the stand on a TV?
No you cannot switch them around nor would you want to as others have pointed out. You can buy an after market pedistal stand that uses the same mounting points as a wall mount.
Why do all TVs have legs now?
On TVs, creating a center plate to distribute the weight would require something thick and sturdy, which is the opposite of trying to get thinner and lighter. Even the wall mounts tend to have two points of attachment/weight distribution.