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You need to get a proper bracket for the TV. Some TV units use a vesa mount but the Techwood uses a much larger mount. If you look in the manual for the TV, it will call out the bracket size in mm. You can order and go from there. Fairly simply process.
You will need to purchase a suitable wall mount separately. (You'll need one for LARGE TVs.) On the back of your TV set you'll see there are 4 holes in the lower-central region of the rear panel. They are about 20" apart (left-right) and about 12" apart (up-down) These should match up with the bracket that comes with your wall mount. You will need M8 metric screws that are about 1.25" long. These will also be included with the wall mount. (Which will include some general directions for wall mounting.)
Hi , silly question but I have a jmb tv 32 inch code Jt0132003B/01 but can't find the power button on the tv !?! I looked all over the tv but doesn't seem to have one ??? I don't want to leave it on stand by so my only option is to turn off at wall but that turns off My talk talk and DVD player too , any know where is it !?!
make a wall bracket in your shed fix it too the wall and then use no more nails glue your tv to the bracket hold it there for 8 hours to dry the put a big pillow under it incase it does fall of in the near future so not to damage your telly. kind regards wayne ( son in law ) lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol