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Old 01-01-2014, 09:04 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by cat1956 View Post
I have the 32 inch Toshiba and it will go outside. I didn't think it would at first but if you swing it out from the wall you will see it just lifts off. I would still like to have another bracket to use on a different TV so I wouldn't have to unhook the Toshiba.
Makes sense to use the bedroom TV for this I would think especially since like the outside location there is no satellite cable to undo. I'd only be interested in a second such bracket if it were to be suitable for use in the bedroom location, ie. be flat to the wall and be non-articulating.

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Old 01-02-2014, 01:53 AM   #22
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I agree that another outlet is needed and I have started to put one in the panel just above the fuse panel / below the hall coat closet. Our coffee machine sits on the counter adjacent to his location just under the weather station shown in the picture I posted above. Both the coffee machine and the weather station will use this outlet.

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What is the problem? I was made to understand that the bracket inside was the same as outside, so that you could first pull the TV out from the living room and stick it in the bracket outside. l have not done this yet hence the question.
I didn't even think to look at the bracket on the living room TV. I know the one I had installed for a smaller TV in the bedroom isn't the same. Now I will have to look but I don't think I need that big of a TV for outside anyway.

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