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Flush Mounted Plasma - What happens if it develops a fault?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by MattMcSpirit, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. MattMcSpirit

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    Hi Guys,

    Just curious really, as its a while before il be able to afford to do it, but if you flush mounted your plasma into a stud wall for example, and it developed a technical fault that could not be rectified at home, what would you have to do?

    Id just have visions of the Missus's face as bits of the stud wall had to be ripped out again!

    Matt
     
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    Mount it on a pull out bracket, that way you can pull it out to access the connections or take off if you need to.

    Premier Mounts offer a great range of value bracketry.
     
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    Cool! Problem solved, didnt know they made those kind!

    Thanks!
     

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