Question about Televison & Video
Bought this unit some tiime ago and now want to wallmount the unit. SInce no screw mounting, thinking of opening the cover and reverse mount ie instead of the screw going from bracket into LCD cover, I dril the holes and thread the screw from inside the cover out to the bracket.
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Hi Skyy, it may just be stuck against a rubber sealing gasket. Have you tried gently levering it from one corner to break out the adhesion of the gasket/
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
I don't know the model in particular, but most of these sets can be wall mounted if you have the screw holes for the mounting plate in the back of the set.
What I believe the tech was telling you would be that it is best to not wall mount the set. The reason is that we found that we have been seeing a higher failure rate from sets being wall mounted. This is because the surface of the wall reflects some heat back in the set, and thus causes it to internaly run warmer. This is also the same from running a set inside of a cabinet. The complete surface area behind the set being very close to the wall surface blocks cooler air circulation. It is best to run these sets on a stand that is out in the opened at least 1 foot away from any wall surface.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
The screw holes are metric. The set is supplied with M5x25 screws to attach the pedestal, so the wall mount screws will be in that same range.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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