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Pioneer PDP435XDE

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by laustin956, Nov 27, 2004.

  1. laustin956

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    will be geting one in a week or two with the Wall Bracket PDK-WM01 can you please tell me what fitting i will need thanks
     
  2. jaguar

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    Depends on the wall. What is it made off?
     
  3. laustin956

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    it's made of breeze block
     
  4. jaguar

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    Okay. I think I had the same problem of mouting the Pio to a soft 'brick' wall.

    I wanted to be sure so I called up Fischer.de

    Here's how to do it.

    Drill 8 conical holes usign the template that comes with the mount.
    Use a 10 mm drill and drill them 8-9 cm. deep. Drill them as you normally would and that rotate your drill to make them diabolo shaped.
    Buy some wiretreath 8 mm. (I hope that is wat you call it. It is a bold with no head on it. So just the treaths) Cut it into 8 pieces so that they stick out the holes.
    You need to buy a two component morter. I got mine from Fisher FIS VS 100 C at the local do it yourself store.
    You simply inject this into the holes and stick the wiretreaths into them.
    Remove access morter.
    Now while the morter is still wet place the wall part of the mount over it to fine adjust the treaths sticking out the wall. Remove the mount carefully and wait until the morter is dry. Mount the mount using washers and bolds.


    Advantage:
    It is a very sturdy fitting.
    It seems like a lot of work but it really is not.
    You can adjust it while the morter is wet. So if the drilling is a little of it's OK.
     
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    Have a look on screwfix.com - they sell resin anchor cartridges and threaded rod etc...
     

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