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Old 05-12-2012, 06:33 PM   #1
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T.V. Install Cat. 27fbck.

I am not sure what all trailers have the T.V. "box" that swivels around to the bedroom..

We did not take into consideration that we would not be able to sllep with the bedroom doors closed. (Dogs would go nut case). With the doors open you would not be able to see the tv..

Originally we were going to install another TV in the bedroom. I wanted to try something first, and, so far happy with results. ( just installed today so cannot review the durability of the set up)

T.V. is 24 inch LED Toshiba. Toshiba - 24" Class / LED / 1080p / 60Hz / HDTV - 24L4200U


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Old 05-12-2012, 06:37 PM   #2
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Views from bedroom.....

One showing somewhat how the arms set up.






With doors open....




And a BONUS!!! can see it outside the door,.....


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Old 05-12-2012, 06:38 PM   #3
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Looks nice.
Wish I had thought of getting a bracket from there. I bought tv and bracket from best buy. Don't have picture yet, tv being used in bedroom right now (well. It's in there) samsung 32 inch led 720 p with apple tv withnhard drive
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lol, I am sure before it is over I will want a bigger TV ;-). I was really focused on Weight..
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Tv still in bedroom. Led very light now
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Views from bedroom.....

One showing somewhat how the arms set up.

With doors open....

And a BONUS!!! can see it outside the door,.....
Looks fantastic! Great job
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Problem we had was the "box" that the tv was supposed to go in. Watching tv in living was no problem. But the only way would be able to watch tv in the bedroom was with both doors slid shut. With them open, it blocks the tv.

Originally we were going to hang a small tv from ceiling. Now we do not have to. (so far). Granted anyone ever stays with us someone (they) will not have TV.

Yours looks good. Very Clean..
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BTW, just came in from installing leds in the living.... Great Improvement.
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BTW, just came in from installing leds in the living.... Great Improvement.
How do you install led? I keep reading about them but.... Are they just replacing regular lightbulbs?
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