Question about Sony Televison & Video
Trying to determine if a TV stand I have will support the weight of above TV. I don't have the User Guide which would provide this on the specification page.
Most tv stands have a large range of rating. most range in increments of 100 lbs. The tv you have is around 40 lbs. so if your stand will support up to 100lbs. your good to go. also you didnt specify if this is a hanging stand or floor stand. I am asumming the previous as being a hanging stand. with that make sure you get the bolts into a stud as drywall will only support about 20 lbs. before ripping out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I am so sorry for your problem. If you plan on submitting a claim with Sony, be ready to pay for the damage yourself because it is out of warranty. On the other hand, you do not state how the TV was damaged. If the damage occured by someone else, say you moved and the movers damaged the TV and you want to submitt the damage claim to the moving company, then that is a different story.
1. You would have to have only an estamate of damage,
a. Compare your 10 year old TV with one like it today. You will not need the actual receipt. If you can remember the cost, they probably will, that would be good or maybe you might have paid by check. Your bank may have a stored copy of your check, which they may charge you for a copy.
b. Take it to an electronic store and ask them to tell you what it would take to fix it.
2. You can determine the weight several ways.
a. Take it to somewhere that uses scales and ask them if they would weight it for you. Explain why and that you would be willing to pay if neccessary. They generally would say, not necessary.
b. Try to balance it on a bathroom scales by resting it on one edge, you may need help to hold it and read the weight.
Good luck and please post back that you are successful and give thumbs up if my solution has worked for you. If I can be more helpful just reply.
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