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How to fit wall bracket to tv

When bought tv we had it in stand and now would like to put on the wall but have no instuctions on how to fit to the bracket

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    hi i have the same problem and would like to tell you its ok now

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The bracket should have instructions. the set will have screw holes on the back to bolt to the bracket.
more detailed info needs to come from the bracket MFG

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