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TV Stand I just moved to a new apartment and my boyfriend and I spent the better part of an afternoon slowly coming to the realization that the wall where we'd like to mount our Philips 42FD9932 is really just 3-4" of solid plaster with no studs, metal or otherwise (we actually drilled a hole into the next room, thinking there was a stud there). So my question here is, is there a stand out there that I can use to prop up my TV that doesn't require a wall that has studs? The back of the television and its wall mount is very unique. The kind of stands that they make now just don't look like they would work. Any help here?

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I am looking for a wall mount bracket for this tv. If you would like to sell yours, please let me know. There are two threaded holes in the back which appear to be for a bottom stand, whether you can still get something from Philips or may have to create something I don't know. rpadway@cwclaw.com. Thanks, Bob

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