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What if you wall mount just above the console. Gives you more flexibility and you can throw away the tv base.
Hi Gayla! Welcome to December and your next project! Good luck to you and enjoy your holidays.
I would purchase some drawer liner material and cut it the size of the bottom of your stand. Sit it under the stand to act as a barrier so it wont stick and it has enough rubber to it that will keep the tv from moving. https://amzn.to/2E7P3ZI
Good idea, Linda. I'm not sure that the rubber from the drawer liner won't stick over time, too, but at least I can choose a color that won't stain my light-colored console too badly, if that happens.