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Wall mount to back of panny 42pwd6

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by GiZZeRR, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. GiZZeRR

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    Got my screen today :clap: Not had a chance to try it and I'm awaiting my wall bracket anyway.
    Question is.....looking at the back of the panel there are 4 large screws...are these the mounting points for the bracket? Wasn't sure if these were some sort of supports for the internal workings of the screen and if I were to remove them I'd bugger it up? Seems to be no mention about mounting points in the instructions.

    Thanks guys.

    John
     
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    yes, they are for the wall supports
     
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    Hi,
    I was wondering if anyone has a drawing of the mounting of the back of the panel and size screws etc as wonderng if going to make my own wall bracket.
     
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    £69 for a bracket, hardly seems worth bothering.......however google for VESA mounting specs which panny use has all dimensions and sizes
     
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    hi,
    you sent me a link for a bracket which could tilt away from wall at an angle, a bit expensive those for me.If i was after a straight wall bracket though £69 is certainly not worth bothering about .
    Roll on saturday eh horny.
     
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    Why not its fine for a straight forward flat mount...........i have noticed a few more multi angle units, still quite pricey tho..............good range here: http://www.av-sales.com/plasma/html/plasma_mounts.html
     
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    sorry, i meant that the bracket is great value for the money and i would jump at the chance to put it on the wall for that price.Never great at explaining myself.....wife keeps telling me so as well.
     
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    ah see what you mean......
     

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