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Quick help needed, PW6 and DTS1 stand

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Koalaboy, Oct 23, 2004.

  1. Koalaboy

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    Hi,

    My panny pw6 has just arrived, and I'm building the avsales DTS1 stand that I got with it.

    It has two sets of spacers and fixing screws, and I have to decide which ones.

    So the question to anyone that has built such a combination before..

    H1 or H2 spacer, L1 or L2 mounting screws. long or short. ???

    :lease:

    Someone must have done this before.

    Michael.

    Edit: I just tried it with the large of both, and it seems to be fine. Please correct me if this will break anything :lesson:
     
  2. Fatti

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    It's been a month or so since I put ours together, and if I remember correctly I ended up using the shorter spacers and screws. As it 'stands', the uprights of the stand are now about 4 to 5mm from the back of the panel.

    I seem to recall that the standard pedestal mount supplied by av-sales showed up as being for Panasonic and a.n. other manufacturer - cant remember which. Probably find the fixing positions on a.n. other panel are more recessed and need the longer spacers and screws.
     
  3. splobber

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    Funnily enough I was faced with the same situation last night.

    I used the shorter screws and spacers in the end as they were a better match to the screws that was already on the back of the screen.

    Nothing has come crashing to the ground as yet. :smashin:
     

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