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mounting panny plasma on brick wall

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by iandavidcassidy, Jun 27, 2004.

  1. iandavidcassidy

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    hi - there are lots of threads on stud walls but i am using a universal bracket from av-sales on a solid brick wall above a fireplace.

    The bracket holes are 10mm, should i use 10mm screws as long as i can get - with rawl plugs? or a more specialised screw?

    the screen is a panny 6 and the fixing kit comes with black rubber stops and washers. (what order do these go onto the screen?

    sorry for all the q's but i am a bit worried about it falling

    cheers in advance :lease:
     
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    Look for rawl bolts (m10) if walls are solid ie not dried out & crumbling then 75mm should be fine but if not use 100mm +
    Using m10 bolts with a decent washer (larger than the 10mm hole) this will allow for movement of bracket, to adjust for correct level... it has to be said it needs to be dead level or your screen could have a nice slant to it. Took me 2 attempts at leveling.
    Not to sure about the rubber washer bits as i didnt use them on mine.
     

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