Hi,I am hanging my t.v to the wall and have drilled the holes to feed the cable through but I need to take off the plug so it fits in the hole. Unfortunatley the cable is a safety plug and I do not know how to undo it. Can you help?
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Re: Trying to undo a T.V main plug
If the cable is attached to the television, I don't recommend trying to detach it. Opening the TV voids any warranty, and is also unsafe for you and the TV. You can try feeding an extension cord through the hole, and tying up the attached cord behind the TV. It is usually not visible, and works perfectly, with no modification to the Television.
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You will need to make a tool. On the pulley there's two 10mm holes. Get a piece of 1"x1/8" wall square tube (about 3' should do.). At one end, drill two holes offset to one edge for some 10mm bolts that will fit in the holes on the pulley. The offset is so you can get a socket on the main crank nut. Fit the square bar so one end rests on the subframe. Now you can fit a big bar on the pully nut and undo it.
We have found many people facing the bodacious task of mounting a large or medium flat screen on a wall. The following should help considerably. You Will need a helper so know one gets injured. Attach the brackets to the Wall using heavy duty 3/8 x 3 long lag bolts. Use a level for straightness. If you wish to hide your wires behind a wall for a much nicer set up.
Drill a hole in between the bracket centers on the wall and then use a electricians fish tape to run the rest of your wires. You may repeat this step for speaker wires. Last thing is to lift your unit up onto the bracket. Danger- This TV can be very bulky and heavy. Place your wires through the holes first before hanging.
Plug in your HDMI cable to the Flat Panel and route to the manufacturer's designated component.
Try drilling a smaller hole for the rawl plugs. I have never had one that would not hold if the hole is the right size. Also there are butterfly fastener holders that open up behind the wall finish you might try.You drill a hole and push them through and they open up behind the wall. depending on the thickness of the wall you will ave to get a long enough screw to catch the bottom of the insert.
1- remove the wall plate from the arm. 2- fix the front plate to the back of your television. 3- mark the position of the holes and drill 4- put wall plugs into holes. 5- secure the wall plate to the wall 6-attach the arm to the wall plate. 7-hang the screen on the arm (i recommend having someone help) and secure it in place
Go to Home Depot, hardware or Plumbing isle,, tell them you want to hang a towel bar and you want some self drilling wall studs rated larger than or equal to 10 pounds. bring one of the screws from your Towel bar kit.
you will receive upwards to 150 channels (depends on how the tv is designed) you will not receive all the channels which you receive on the tv which has the "box". You will need an addtional box if you want to receive essentially any 200 or above channel.
Hope this helps
there are two white wires on the harness for the steering wheel. test for brake at one of the wires. you will have to drill a hole in firewall to feed wires. good spot is by the throttle, be sure not to cut throttle cable though. one you feed wires through be sure to seal it up with silicone and urethane.
if the studs (vertical parts of frams) are 40" apart and the noggins ( spreaders are say every 20" )
Why are you trying to find them at 16 and 24?
Is there some cultural labnguage difference here about what a stud is?
An alternate fix rather than 100 holes in the wall is to use butterfly bolts ( expander bolts) these can hold up to 150Kg in any veneer wall If nescessary drill extra holes in the frame of the TV haqnging frame4 to add more expande4r bolts into the wall