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My wall studs are wider than my television mount

My tv mount is 33.5 inches wide and my wall studs are 44 inches apart. Can I (or how do I) hang my television safely?

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It is very unusual to have wall studs this far apart - most are 16" on center. Mounting anything that is very heavy on studs so far apart will not be safe. Have you considered a table top stand?

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Attach finished 1x4s to the two studs. Attach telelvision bracket to the 1x4.

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