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Old 08-20-2012, 06:37 AM   #11
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Ok all. I tried to slide the indoor tv out and fightingirish45 was right on. It slides right up and out. The bracket behind the indoor tv is exactly the same as the v-shaped bracket that comes with the tracer and is attached to the outside of the 3150. So the nice thing is that the indoor tv can be quickly removed and placed outside. I'm still waiting for FR to call me back and sell me a mount that i can attach to the back of a second tv so I don't have to remove the indoor one but at least I got that much figured out.
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Old 08-20-2012, 09:43 PM   #12
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Ok all. I tried to slide the indoor tv out and fightingirish45 was right on. It slides right up and out. The bracket behind the indoor tv is exactly the same as the v-shaped bracket that comes with the tracer and is attached to the outside of the 3150. So the nice thing is that the indoor tv can be quickly removed and placed outside. I'm still waiting for FR to call me back and sell me a mount that i can attach to the back of a second tv so I don't have to remove the indoor one but at least I got that much figured out.

When you contact Prime Time for the mount for the rear of the Tv you want to mount outside, you will have to provide them the VESA pattern (bolt pattern) on the back of the Tv for the mount. The VESA pattern is in millimeters and can be 100 X 100 mm, 100 X 200mm, 200 X 200 mm for example. So, 25.4 mm =1", a VESA of 100 X 100 mm would be approx. 3.94" X 3.94".

Hope this helps.
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