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wall fixing a plasma

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by markbigears, Feb 4, 2004.

  1. markbigears

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    plasma in question is a 42 inch panny. The house is about 30 years old and is plasterboard. Its a joining wall with my neighbour. Im assuming its just breeze block construction?
    Have any of you guys had the same construction? whats your advice? the mount is a unicol plx. Cheers guys, im a bit concerned the screen will stay on the wall!
     
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    you need to attach the mount to the physical structure of the wall rather than the plasterboard itself. you can do this in a number of ways, eg get a sheet of mdf, attach this to the studs or strappings with heavy bolt type fixings, and then multiple fixings to the plasterboard. the plasma mount can then be mounted on to the mdf.

    can you get a professional fixer to do this for you or are you going to do this yourself?
     

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