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Old 12-03-2012, 04:16 PM   #151
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Thanks for your reply Sabre Sam. If I don't have the backer board it seems as though there is a stud behind the wall above the center of the window. Can you confirm this? How wide are the studs used in this model?

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there is a vertical stud, but I'm not sure how to give you a measurement of it's location. The Stud is 1" wide.
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there is a vertical stud, but I'm not sure how to give you a measurement of it's location. The Stud is 1" wide.
Thanks SabreSam. My stud finder shows the vertical stud above the window to be approimately 2" wide. It measures 41"- 43 " from the washer/dryer cabinet. If I may ask one more question...do you know if the stud is wood or is it part of the aluminum framing? I plan to use 1 1/2" screws as it looks like the wall is about 2" thick. Your help is appreciated.

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Thanks SabreSam. My stud finder shows the vertical stud above the window to be approimately 2" wide. It measures 41"- 43 " from the washer/dryer cabinet. If I may ask one more question...do you know if the stud is wood or is it part of the aluminum framing? I plan to use 1 1/2" screws as it looks like the wall is about 2" thick. Your help is appreciated.

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If you are screwing into the sidewall, all the frame/studs are aluminum tubes.
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If you are screwing into the sidewall, all the frame/studs are aluminum tubes.
SabreSam, thanks for all your help on my bedroom tv install. Finally got it completed and everything was good.

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Dear Ragin Cajun,
thanks for waiting for the answer. This post applys to any Sabre model that was built with the washer dryer cabinet in the master bedroom.
http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...1&d=1349989310
http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...1&d=1349989310

These pictures show the TV installed and removed showing the bracket. So you would want to mount your bracket in the same locations. When facing the bracket the left edge of the bracket measures 42 1/2" from the face/front of the wardrobe. The bottom edge of the bracket measures 34" from the top of the dresser.

I hope this helps. DO NOT USE LONG SCREWS OR YOU WILL GO THROUGH THE SIDEWALL.
Thanks for all of your advice SabreSam. I noticed in another post that you stated that the backer in the wall is designed/rated for a 22" TV. Can you interpret that to a weight range? I've got a larger TV in mind, but I think it only weighs about 12-13 lbs. Thanks
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Thanks for all of your advice SabreSam. I noticed in another post that you stated that the backer in the wall is designed/rated for a 22" TV. Can you interpret that to a weight range? I've got a larger TV in mind, but I think it only weighs about 12-13 lbs. Thanks
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I've asked the plant to respond to your question. I will get back with you.
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Thanks for all of your advice SabreSam. I noticed in another post that you stated that the backer in the wall is designed/rated for a 22" TV. Can you interpret that to a weight range? I've got a larger TV in mind, but I think it only weighs about 12-13 lbs. Thanks
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My warranty department say the wall limit for a bedroom TV is 10 lbs.

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Again thanks. Would it be safe to assume that horizontally, the backing in the wall runs from stud to stud?
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Forgot to ask if there is any backing for mounting a tv in the bunkhouse of the 36qbok.
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Forgot to ask if there is any backing for mounting a tv in the bunkhouse of the 36qbok.
Yes there is. Just push on the back wall and you'll feel it.
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