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Plasma wall mounting tips ideas etc

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by nealgs, Oct 27, 2003.

  1. nealgs

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    Hi All,

    Well at last we've joined the Planet of Plasma :), so it's now just a matter of getting it on the wall.

    The wall is a plasterboard wall on a timber frame, then brick/breezeblock contruction. It's an outside wall, the one that would normally have the fireplace on it.

    If I was to bolt/screw a sheet of 9mm MDF to the wood frame uprights, then mount the plasma bracket to this and thru to the otherside of the plasterboard with those bolts that open up (look like wings http://www.tool-up.co.uk/shop/diy/RAW94371.html ) do you think that should be suitable enough?


    many thanks again
    Gary
     
  2. nealgs

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    This is a rought MS paint sketch showing the above description in hopefully a more informative way :)

    cheers
    Gary
     

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    No worries. When the wall bracket is up, just do a couple of pull ups on it, and if it's still on the wall it's fine.....
     
  4. nealgs

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    Thanks MAW, that seems to be that plan then

    cheers
    Gary
     

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