AV Sales Slimline Tilting Plasma Wall Mount

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  1. t0by

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    Got my PW7 coming next week with one of these babies and want to make sure I have the right screws, nuts, bolts, etc to get it on the wall.

    I'm hanging it on a pretty solid exterior brick wall - can anyone recommend what sort of fixings to use? I'm sure there must be a lot of people out there who have done this already! :lesson:

    Thanks
     
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    I recently fixed my Panny TH-50PHD7 to the brick wall using "Projecting Anchor Bolt"
    from B&Q size M8 - total of 8 bolts, and it aint going nowhere as they say.
    Treated myself to a new masonery bit of the size recommended and my hammer drill made light work of the fixing.
    My wall bracket was Unicol Tilting mount not the AV Sales brand, but I imagine the principle is the same
     
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    I have the AV-Sales mount and I used eight 10mm (60mm deep?) "coach" bolts from B&Q - they come in a pack of 5 (with plastic wall-plugs).
     
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    Dont u get all the bots and like inlcuded in the package??
     
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    not the ones to fix it to the wall mate.

    I used 4 x 2" coach bolts and it ain't going nowhere!
     
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    Hi just a small detour from the fixings but when you level the mount on the wall level it from the mounting bar not the part that screws to the wall! I did the latter at first and it was pi**ed the welding must have been a bit out of square so be warned.
     
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    Thanks, y'all, for your helpful comments... :thumbsup:
     
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    been out to b&q today and bought some anchor bolts which look like they will do the job nicely. plus a new drill piece.

    Roll on tomorrow for the delivery - its been a long week

    Dal
     

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