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Old 06-07-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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2013 Windjammer 3006wk TV mount

Hello all! I'm looking to see if anyone has mounted a Flatscreen TV in the rear master bedroom of their 2013 Windjammer bunkhouse. They changed the design for 2013 and where there used to be a nice spot on top of the closet to place a TV, the closet is now a ceiling to floor unit. The only place to put a TV is on the "vanity" which is lower than the actual level of the bed. The only way to watch TV now is to sit up in bed.

I'm wondering if anyone constructed a bracket of some type that maybe beefs up the closet wall to help it support the weight of a small TV and mount.

Any help would be appreciated!
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:08 AM   #2
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No one can help me out here?
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Old 06-19-2013, 10:49 PM   #3
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Have a 3006W, put a 24 on the top of the lower cabinet on the left and can see without difficulty. Looked at using a wall mount and just couldn't come to having something fabricated. Just put the TV in the wardrobe with some pillows when traveling.
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Old 06-20-2013, 10:58 PM   #4
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They redesigned the bedroom though. Is your second entry to the bathroom or the bedroom? When we looked at them and ordered ours, the second door was to the bedroom. This resulted in the closet not going all the way to the ceiling. That would have been a great place for the TV. Right on top of the closet. Now, entry is made via the bathroom. The closet goes all the way to the ceiling and there is a very small vanity counter where the door should have been. That's where we currently put our TV. The downfall is that you can't watch TV laying down.
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They redesigned the bedroom though. Is your second entry to the bathroom or the bedroom? When we looked at them and ordered ours, the second door was to the bedroom. This resulted in the closet not going all the way to the ceiling. That would have been a great place for the TV. Right on top of the closet. Now, entry is made via the bathroom. The closet goes all the way to the ceiling and there is a very small vanity counter where the door should have been. That's where we currently put our TV. The downfall is that you can't watch TV laying down.
Yeah, ours is the 2013, with the entry in the bathroom. We put a small LCD on a stand on the vanity area and that works out fine. We unhook it and place it in the wardrobe while traveling. Seems to work ok...we layer it in a few pillows though...
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Old 06-21-2013, 11:09 PM   #6
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Hmmm. Ok then. Maybe a newer Flatscreen on a stand will work better. We have a smaller tube TV we are using now and when it sits on that lower vanity, I need to sit up in bed to watch it.

Thanks for responding and enjoy your new rig! We absolutely love ours so far!!!
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