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How can I wall mount a Pavilion 20 all-in-one?

I just purchased a HP Pavilion 20 8314. It doesn't have the usual 4 screw mount in back. I see a lock to back. Can the back be removed to wall-mount?
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Re: How can I wall mount a Pavilion 20 all-in-one?

Hello LibertyLake,


Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More.

I understand you are trying to mount your HP Pavilion 20 All-in-One PC. I am providing you with an HP Desktop and Mobile Help video: Removing the Monitor Stand for Wall Mounting - HP Pavilion All-in-One PC, which will walk you through the mounting process. As the video states be warned your model may look slightly different from what is shown in the video.


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Re: How can I wall mount a Pavilion 20 all-in-one?

I want to purchase a hp pavilion 23 all in one computer model no q141in. I want to know that it can be mount on wall or not.
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HP 22, Wall mounting Arm

Hello there


Is it possible to wall mount my HP22 all in one computer.


It has a spring loaded stand at the back there.





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