Wall mount on wall - what to will fit?

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  1. BaronS

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    Hello,

    Long time lurker here, I have just moved and there is a bracket mounted on the wall picture here Dropbox - Photo 11-03-2016, 16 10 07.jpg

    I have no clue what tv I can get that will fit that or if I need anything in addition to it (plate, new bolts etc)

    Any Help much appreciated
     
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    Looks like a pretty generic 'small' (maybe up to 21") Display mount.

    Measure the distance between the holes on the plate and look for that same spacing pattern on any Display you are considering - you will require 4 screws to suit the threaded holes in the TV, the TV manual will specify thread type and length.

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    Thank you very much Joe.

    The distance is 8x8 length & width between the holes.

    Is it likely I'd find a bigger screen that would fit that? (Ideally 42)

    thanks again
     
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    'Is it likely I'd find a bigger screen that would fit that? (Ideally 42)' - very likely, though I would then worry about the weight of the larger display!

    You would want to know the Max load tolerance of the bracket and how the bracket is affixed to the wall. If that info is not available you need to consider starting over.

    Might be worth trying to contact the previous owner for info.

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