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Need to mount Sony KV-36XBR400 on a TV Stand. Unit weighs in at 236lbs. Sony discontinued the stand for this unit. Are there any stnds currently made that willsupport tis kind of weight? F. Bruder Merrick, NY

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There are industrial-duty parts carts and tables that will work, but I don't think you care to have gray-metal furniture in your TV viewing room. Check the local furniture stores to see if they have anything rated for this much load.

If not, perhaps you can get a cabinet maker to build a cabinet on 3" or 4" casters designed to hold at least 300 lbs (so you can keep other stuff in the cabinet). This will make the set much easier to manage if you ever want to move it. The casters can be hidden by a wood trim skirt. Ask for at least one metal angle brace under the top so the wood doesn't warp under the load.

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