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Tries look near the square arm plate that have four screws holding the tv look for a hole with 3 steel prongs that ur tv a/c hole for power cord hook up.But if the tv it is very closed and hook up tight and flust to the wall will not able to hook up a/c power cord must take off wall to be able to hook up a/c power cord.
Yes it will hold,the wall mount u bought it design for weight of 160 LBS and 50"-60" screen sized right?Just make sure hook up the wall mount on and over a wall area with strong woods beams supports have many fours by fours woods beams lumbers to take off the stress of the holding of the tv by those screws alone of the screen frame screws supports only.
It can't predict what may have wrong with your TV; becuse the lightning stroke will have trillions of volts when it strike the earth. Even its near presence will spoil the power supply section of any equipements. There is surely a fuse inside it, and you can check after opening the TV. Check it first. If it is burned, make a visual check inside the components of the TV for a burned damaged if any. If you find any of it, please do not put an other fuse and make an experiment with the TV. it may cause more components to be damaged. If no visual burned componets are seen, just put a fuse of same ratings [ratings will be either printed on its rims or indicated by colour bands across it]. If the replaced fuse again gets burned as the set is switched ON, make sure that some components in the power supply is shorted, and a through checkup should be done. Contact any experienced service technician to do the work. OK.
Flat Panel TV WallMounting Instructions
Currenttrends Flat Panel LCD and Plasma HDTV's are making TV's thinner, lighter andmore powerful. Superior high definition viewing, affordable pricing with addedspace and energy savings are only just a few practical reasons for purchasing anew HDTV. With newer thinner designs, LCD and Plasma HDTV's are ideal for wallmounting. Wall mounting your television frees up space and adds a new elementof aesthetic appeal to your home theater.
Before getting into any hardware mounting,find the best possible position to mount your television. Because wall mountingan HDTV is more of a permanent solution, careful planning is needed whenintegrating the television into your home design. Furniture placement, overall themes, viewing angles, and the best audiopositioning are all factors that will help determine the placement of the LCDor Plasma TV. Once you have decided the general positioning of the wall mount installation,cut out a piece of cardboard or wrapping paper in proportion the of theflat panel television. Next, approximate the placement by taping the piece ofcardboard or wrapping paper to the wall where the TV will be placed and mark itwith a pencil.
Preparing the TV
Removethe stand from the television and lay the TV on its face. Locate the fourmounting holes on the back of the television and remove the bolts. Next, removethe mounting arms or mounting plate from the wall mount packaging. To attach mounting arms, line up the arms vertically and parallel to each otherusing the mounting holes on the back of the television. Make sure that they arein perfect alignment and bolt the arms using the bolts and washer supplied withthe wall mount. If you are using a mounting plate, simply line up the holes with the mountingholes on the television. Secure the mounting plate with the bolts and washersincluded with your wall mount.
Preparing the Wall
Locatethe studs closest to the desired position using a stud finder and mark themwith a pencil. Remove the wall mount from the package. Line up the wall mountup to the studs within the center of the marked position you determinedearlier. If it is not perfectly centered, wall mounts can be adjustedhorizontally at a later time. Using a level, line up the wall mount and mark the positioning of where hebolts will go. Drill holes into the stud about 1" deep, drill bit depends on the of bolts supplied with the wall mount. Bolt the wall mountto the wall with bolts and washers, but don't tighten down the boltscompletely. Adjust the position of the wall mount left or right to center it toyour desired position. When you are done, tighten the bolts the rest of theway.
Mounting the Television
Attachingthe television to the wall mount takes two people. Simply lift the televisionand hook it to the wall mount. At this point you can further adjust thepositioning horizontally to center it perfectly. Once the desired position isacquired, tighten down the screws that attach the mounting arms or plate to thewall mount.
Acquiring wall mounts for television are according to preferences. For example, wall mounts that provide the TV dynamic directions to suit operators requirements would have separe requirements. The multidirectional wall mount provides the TV capability to swirl around several angles. Howeever, acquiring wall mounts as requirement to encamp the TV also placement on safe areas from which the device is observable is an alternative considerations. TV wall mounts provide multi purpose functionalities. For example, TV wall mounts that provide both encampment housing placement hinging to an area, and finallly capable of multidirectional functionalities available for acquisition at retails. Also possible are acquisition of customisable wall mounts to suit the type of placement area required on TV sets either suitable at various locations. For example, TV wall mounts are customsiable to house sets that require functionalities with complimentary devices like decoders, modems, DVD players, VCR recorders, or cable wiring. The process of acquiirng wall mounts is achieving interhrety of the TV set, housing available devices requiredm and achievifn viewer egonormics. Consult room device area estimate expert before acquirng wall mount to ascertain the appropiate conditions capable of providing egonomic experiences. Goodluck
Absolutly, I have wall mounted a few dozen above fireplaces in the past 5 years; I can even send you over some pictures and suggestions come time for the install.
What is the wall material? Brick mantel or drywall with wood studs?
Although a TV looks attractive about a fireplace you have to consider that it is fatiguing to watch from such a high height. The optimal average height for a TV is 45" to centre (depending on furniture). If you exceed that by a few feet watching a lot of TV is awkward.
The advantage is it combines the focal point of the room, and instead of having a picture about a fire place, your TV becomes the work of art and can be used as a digital picture frame.
You can buy almost any wall mount for it, just be sure of 2 or 3 things... 1st the location, you have to screw some rather large bolts into the wooden studs in the wall so check where it will be located... 2nd weight and size... You want a mount that will be able to hold up the weigh of the TV, usually the size will be between 32" to 40" (various mount sizes) Just make sure the size 37" is between the size lengths... and 3rd that it has a "tilt" adjustment... due to the placement of the TV you might get either reflection off of a light source or you may need to change the angle so that you can see it better on the wall... Hope this helps out and if in doubt be sure to ask someone at the store you buy your equipment (TV, Audio, Games, etc)...