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Tv bracket i would like to secure my tv to a tv stand, and i got a greyish/blue strap a black wood screw and a machine screw, and i cannot find the directions for it, can you send me directions or walk me through it?

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Sorry, but i'm an electronic technician. I don't know enough information about strapping a tv to any type of stand. I wouldn't trust it.

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