Hi, i've just brought a new samsung 19" pebble monitor/tv. i ordered the brackets before the tv arrived. now the tv has arrived ive realised the tv is non wall mountable. is there anyway another fitting can go on the wall mount. or another wall mountable free stand. or even better a ceiling one where the tv can sit on. sm932mw 19"
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You would have to use a mounting bracket specifically designed for the type of installation you describe and it certainly would have to be fastened into the studs behind the sheetrock. A TV of that size will be heavy to lift and install in the bracket
I've checked my collection of service manual but I haven't a copy yet of this model no. I have only a direct link where you can buy and download it, click here. This model no. does not have a VESA mount on the back, it means that there's no wall mount bracket option. However, you may try to contact the links below to inquire if they have a universal wall mount bracket for non-VESA PC monitor.
Yes it will hold,the wall mount u bought it design for weight of 160 LBS and 50"-60" screen sized right?Just make sure hook up the wall mount on and over a wall area with strong woods beams supports have many fours by fours woods beams lumbers to take off the stress of the holding of the tv by those screws alone of the screen frame screws supports only.
It is wall mountable with a VESA Mount: 400 x 200 mm according to the installation guide (600 x 200 mm in the specs). The depth without stand is not given; other Magnovox TFT LCD televisions are about 5-6" in depth (4.9" for the 42MF439B/F7 )
Most wall-mountable TVs will have threaded holes in the back for wall-mounting. Most of which you can bolt a bracket to then unscrew a few of the set-screws for the stand and slide the TV off of the stand.
Most TVs have 4 set screws for the stand located near the bottom middle of the TV where the stand inserts into the TV. The screws may be recessed fairly far into the back of the set and may require a long thin screwdriver.
Is it a 32" or 37" as the one you mention at the top is a 32".
The product spec doesn't state that it is wall mountable, some aren't. However, providing your two holes are structural and not just into the plastic, what I did with my non mountable TV in a similar predicament to you, is to buy 2 steel rulers off ebay,(£2) drill holes in them to enable them to be screwed to the back of the TV, then where the two existing holes are at the end, used for haning the rulers up, I made into slots so that the ruler now looks like it has a hook on the end.
I then drilled holes in the wall corresponding to the same on the TV, shove rawl plugs in and then the screws leave about 5mm - 8mm head out of the wall in and literally just hook the TV on the wall.
Fit nice and flush & saves a fortune in rip off brackets too.