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Re: Want to wall mount tv but don't don't were to bolt.
I have my 32" Protron mounted on my wall. There are six holes on the back of the set that you attach the mount. I cant find any links to pictures but it should be pretty straight forward. You should be able to use any generic LCD wall mount, just make sure it can hold an 32" since I made the mistake thinking all wall mounts were the same. I purchased mine at Best Buy but you should be able to find a mount anywhere. You will need to fasten the mount onto the studs in your wall. Drywall by itself will not be sufficient and cannot support the weight of the TV.
The wall mount should come with everything you need, e.g., screws, brackets, etc., with the exception of the tools. FYI... it's not going to be an easy job so be patient and take your time. It's probably going to take the good portion of a day. Also, as for the holes on the back, just be careful when performing the final mount to make sure it doesn't fall. It would be wise to have someone help you.
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I had similiar issue with 32 inch...bracket required an adapter which I found through Best Buy. Check out Sanus.com They should give you discription of what you need and tell you where to get it. Adapter was very cheap ($19.00 or so). It is essentially two metal bars that bolt to regular wall mount, the bars will line up with bolt holes on TV.
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yes it is mountable. the 4 bolts are metric size is 6mm -1.0 x 40 mm
Use are large tv wall mount unit and buy the bolts seperately. I just hung mine and the
only problem I am having is I cannot remove the table top mount off the bottom of my TV
I have wall mounted my Protron. Here is a website that has a picture of this wallmount: http://shop4.outpost.com/product/5374318?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG There is a metal plate screwed into the back (near the top) of the set. The wall mount attaches to the back of that metal plate. Only problem is, I can't remember if that metal plate came with the tv, or with the mount. This mount can swivel up, down, left or right up to 15 degrees. It worked well for us. If you don't go with this mount, make sure the one you decide to get can handle the weight, and has VESA compliant mounting points.
One word of advice, save the screws (and label it), so if you ever decide to use the base again, you can find it. I'm learning that lesson the hard way.