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Old 03-21-2016, 07:34 AM   #1
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TV Mount Opinion

We have been blessed with a gift of a new TV and mounting bracket for our 29hfs. 32" tv with a fixed mount bracket. The bracket looks to be sturdy enough, but I value your opinions here, as many of you have experienced that I do not.

Says that it's for 32"-47" TV up to #80.

SANUS VuePoint F41 SimplySafe Wall Mount for 22"-50" TVs -

Thanks for any advice and reply.
Also, any recommended mounting hardware? Scews/lags/anchors/ etc.

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Old 03-21-2016, 12:38 PM   #2
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I just mounted a 40" TV using a Sanus swivel mount (sorry don't have the model #...) in the living room this past weekend. There is a nice mounting board in the middle of the wall in-between the two pocket doors that you can attach to. I had to get new bolts to mount to the TV (only came with M6 and I need M8's...). The lag bolts were 1/2" too long but did not effect the pocket doors. It was a simple install and something I know will come in handy during some storms down the road.

Just need to get some "straps" to keep the swivel in place while we are in motion.
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