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I'm trying to hang my 55" LCD TV on an outside wall. Studs seem to be 40" apart. I've tried nailing 16" and 24" and in between but found nothing. Help!

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I am confused here!

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

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