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Old 08-08-2016, 02:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by szabla View Post
I am sorry guys. L&W mounts suck. I get to camp ground and my TV is on the floor. The factory mounted 2 screws ripped out of the wall with the L&W mount.
You definitely want to make sure you are attaching the mount to something solid. Like szabla says, there are only two screws (although heavy duty) that hold these mounts in place. If the backing material is wimpy and the mount isn't tightened down really well, the mount can wobble and the screws can strip out of their holes and the results won't be pretty.

For us, the beauty of this mount is its clean look, size, and ease of use. When not it use it looks much like an outlet cover. If we are traveling rough forest service roads and know things are going to get bounced around pretty good, I'll take a few seconds (Literally) to disengage the TV's and lay them on the beds. It's so simple. We constantly snag our bedroom TV and attach it to the external mount to enjoy a game or movie outside under the canopy. It's a quick and simple transfer.

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Old 08-08-2016, 06:50 PM   #12
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Screws being pulled out is not a failure of the L&W mount. Any TV mount is only as good as the backing material they are being attached to. A good solid stud or plate is a must. Ours are rock solid and we travel with the bedroom 36" TV in place. Highly recommend!


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Old 08-09-2016, 07:17 AM   #13
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Mine was mounted at the "factory", it has a solid 2 x behind it and an adhesive strip also.
It had wood screws, I am saying that was insufficient to hold the factory TV in my camper.
If you like the mount so be it, my experience is they may work well in a none moving vehicle, but they will fall if one uses wood screws.
I am going to get another brand with more substantial mounting to the camper wall.

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