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Don't fit the 40" panel for a 47" TV. It's not designed for it.

Buy a mount for a 47" or even a 50" TV instead. It will come with better fixings so that your 47" TV doesn't end up on the floor.

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i went thru this with my tv.. you can pop off those caps, if there's no obvious way to remove them

then when you shop for a mounting system, get a bigger/ higher capacity mounting system with generic connector system.

Dont go for the cheapeast price.


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