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Samsung 101cm lcd Mounting??

Ive just bought a 101cm lcd from Harvey Norman, but the manual does'nt show you the exact way to mount the lcd on the wall ? Ive bought a universal mount and ive noticed 4 holes on the back ,spaced about 200mm apart in the middle of the television with threads inside?Are these the mounting holes ?? They seem to fit the scews that come with the universal mount... Are these the 4 holes that are needed to hold the tv ???Thanks.

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Re: Samsung 101cm lcd Mounting??

Yes they are the mounting holes but I would not trust a universal mount to hold an expensive TV set on a wall.

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