Other Options for this type of Bracket...

jefflad

Active Member
It's a 32", I should add I'm interested in knowing how far off the wall it sits when closed up. Oh and something that won't fall off the wall :rolleyes:
 

jefflad

Active Member
I've actually just bought a shelf and cable tidy from John Lewis and with your bracket comes in at a smidge over £100 so this is the best and cheapest option.

Thanks anyway.

J
 

jefflad

Active Member
Graham,

Got the bracket yesterday so thanks for that. Which of your fixing bolts would to recommend for a TV weighing 11.5kg plus the weight of the bracket? It'll be into plaster board but I've identified a part on the wall that's dot, dabbed that I'll use to fix it to.

Jeff
 

Member252055

Novice Member
Hi

For dot and dab you can use regular screws and plugs. You need to make sure that you have at least 50mm of thread into the solid wall behind so you need to add this to the depth of the board to get your screw length. Also with dot and dab, there's quite often a small gap between the board and brick where you want your fixings to go. Once you've drilled your fixing holes then fill this gap with some no-more-nails or similar to prevent the board from pulling in when you tighten the bolts.

Hope this helps.

Regards
Graham
 

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