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Guille1023
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I want to remove the stand because I am planning to install the computer 27 inches with a bracket.

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I need instruction in how to remove the two stands/legs metallic because I am planning to install the computer with a bracket in the wall. Can somebody tell me how I can remove the two metallic legs from the bottom ? I can see there is a small plastic that I don't want to damage in the process of remove it. Please can you have any assistance. Thank you. 

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Cheyenne5of6
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HP Pavilion All-in-One - 24-xa0053.

I want to install more ram, however I need to find out how to remove the back of the unit. It has two legs attached to the stand.

Thanks for any assistance

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old_geekster
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@Cheyenne5of6 , welcome to the Community.

 

It would be best if you start your own thread.  You will get more responses to your problem.



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