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Old 04-10-2016, 01:25 PM   #11
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What type hooks did you use on the sink mount? Great ideas!
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Old 04-10-2016, 01:58 PM   #12
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What type hooks did you use on the sink mount? Great ideas!

The 3m ones. They make all different kinds but I just found one that looked like it came away from the wall and had a long holding arm. They came 1 per pack.


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Old 04-11-2016, 09:56 AM   #13
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Can you tell me more about tv I have been trying to find someway to mount
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:27 PM   #15
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In the bedroom, I measured the distance between the doors(closed) and cut a spare piece of wood slightly smaller in width and probably about 6" in length. I then drilled two holes through the piece of wood a little smaller than the lag bolts(2.5" in length and decent width). I spray painted the piece of wood black just so it doesn't stick out. Then I used a cheapish tilt mount that fit my tv from Amazon. Click image for larger version

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I used 3" lag bolts to secure the mount to the wooden block and the length made it into the wooden backer. Then secure the tv to the mount.

That's what I did.....it works.



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Old 04-20-2016, 05:12 PM   #16
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Sink cover storage using 2 adhesive hooks upside down(saw this in a rv magazine). Attachment 103144

Tv mounted in bedroom-used a piece of wood to keep mount off the wall so the doors can closeAttachment 103145

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Hey there ffemt721

As an alternative option, I purchased a wall mount off of Amazon (NBL 100-M Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount) and did not need to worry about attaching any wood, just right on to the wall right between the doors. Worked absolutely great!
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There's what the mount I ordered looks like.


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Is there a reason to not use a ceiling mount where it's indicated to install on the ceiling in the bedroom?
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I just thought it wasn't as sturdy as the wall. Plus I don't like making extra holes in the roof area. I'm sure it's personal preference. Plus a wall mount was cheaper(more readily available) than a ceiling mount.

The ceiling mount I purchased was heavier than the tv I wanted to mount. I ended up returning it and purchased my $15-20 mount from Amazon.


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