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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are 6 mounting screws located on the back panel that can be used as mounts points if you wish to construct a DIY mount (or if you don't want to purchase the official mounting bracket). See the manual for their exact locations.
I used 2 of these screws (the top two) to anchor a twisted steel cable that I designed to work in the same manner as a picture frame cable mount. I then drove a masonry nail into the brick chimney above my fireplace, and connected this steel cable to that mount point. The TV is mounted there, much like the way you would hang a painting (a very large & heavy painting). The bulk of the weight is supported by the front edge of the TV, which rests on a brick mantel that is part of my chimney. The steel cable, while strong enough to fully support the TV, only acts as a balancing wire, or to catch the TV should it topple forward off of the mantel.
Be sure you know how to work with steel cable and have a strong anchor point if you try to use this method. DO NOT USE THIS METHOD FOR DRYWALL ONLY APPLICATIONS. USE FOR EITHER WOOD STUDS or MASONRY APPLICATIONS ONLY.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
See page 8 of the manual at: http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/TCP42S1.PDF The bracket shown there looks like the mounting holes (4?) are vertical on the back of the TV. They may be identified by an arrow pointing to them. There will be two holes on each side of the TV centerline to attach the vertical components of the bracket that hang on the horizontal angle bars on the wall.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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