75" Wall Mount

CManders

Novice Member
I just purchased a XBR75X800H and want to wall mount it above our fireplace. The wall mount attachments that came with the TV stick out 1/8" so the bracket does noit sit flush against the back of the TV. Sony and the retailer have been no help. Is there something I am missing or are there different size wall mount attachment screws?
 

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CManders

Novice Member
Has anyone used the SU-WL855 wall mount bracket and were there any issues with the attachment mounts being 1/8" out from the back of the TV
 

Mr Edwards

Well-known Member
I just purchased a XBR75X800H and want to wall mount it above our fireplace. The wall mount attachments that came with the TV stick out 1/8" so the bracket does noit sit flush against the back of the TV. Sony and the retailer have been no help. Is there something I am missing or are there different size wall mount attachment screws?


Your actual TV Bracket is not supposed to sit directly against the TVs plastic casing.

Those 'wallmount attachments' you mention are correct and called 'VS Screws', they are designed to sit proud of the TV casing when they are screwed into the Vesa fixing points.

Your TV bracket then sits against these VS Screws which support the weight of the TV through the Vesa fixing frame (not against the TVs casing) .
 
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CManders

Novice Member
Your actual TV Bracket is not supposed to sit directly against the TVs plastic casing.

Those 'wallmount attachments' you mention are correct and called 'VS Screws', they are designed to sit proud of the TV casing when they are screwed into the Vesa fixing points.

Your TV bracket then sits against these VS Screws which support the weight of the TV through the Vesa fixing frame (not against the TVs casing) .
Thank you for your reply. I took your information and installed the TV. It worked well.
 

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