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Old 02-03-2014, 10:17 AM   #1
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Bedroom TV in Solera 24S

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I have a 2013 Solera 24S that I don't keep at my house(thus the laziness for asking this in the thread instead of actually measuring). Does anyone know what size TV can fit in the Bedroom area and any suggestions on how to hang it from that wall? Wondering how the beams run in these units.
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Old 02-03-2014, 10:53 AM   #2
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I installed a Hitachi 19" led lcd hdtv on the wall using an Omnimount EZ Mount model OMF.
The mounts are available at Amazon and other places for about 15 to 20 dollars. They are made such that you can remove the tv from the wall if so desired and it's no trouble.
The wall itself apparently has no beams or internal structure that I found. You bore 4 small holes in the wall using a template provided with the wall mount kit and it also has 3 different size screws for different tvs. The tv itself probably weighs less than 5 pounds...really lite weight.
The outlet for the tv and the ac receptacle are there in the right hand corner of the wall to that's no problem.
The hardest part for me was aligning the template to bore the holes.
Google Omnimount OMF and it will pop right up as to where it's available.
Really easy
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Old 02-04-2014, 12:09 AM   #3
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I too have a 2013s and wife wanted a tv so I bought a 19 inch Dc TV with a DVD built in. The dealer showed me where yo mount it in the bedroom by pounding on the wall. Haven't mounted yet.
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Old 02-05-2014, 11:40 AM   #4
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As Sandiegodoug stated there is a stud in that wall for the TV mount. Even if the TV is light weight you have to consider the bouncing around when your going down the road. If it's not mount right it's libel to come down. If you can't find the stud by rapping on the wall try a stud finder.
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Old 02-05-2014, 10:00 PM   #5
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The Omnimount EZ Mount model OMF is made so that you can remove the tv from the wall w/o having to unscrew anything...just lift the tv up from the 4 little mounting brackets and let it lie on the bed...
I've had this thing for 3 years now and driven with it mounted on the wall and lying on the bed and never had any problem thus far.
With the Omnimount EZ Mount model OMF you don't need any stud, bracket, support or anything else because the way it's made it doesn't need any support other than the wall itself....
Just stating my situation and trying to be of help to the OP.
Each to his own choosing....
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Installed dc tv with DVD player
Used brown bear tv mount bought at Walmart and skyworth tv bclems mentioned
Found studs in wall
Seems real secure
I did move heater controller over
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TV real easy to pop off when lab sleeping with us
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