I just bought an AKAI LCT2765TD (refurbished)LCD flat panel television. I want to attach it to the peerless ST 640P universal tilt wall mount. They recommend this one for my model. Question is, where on the back of the t.v. do I attach the brackets to? I see 4 holes that I believe is attaching point, they have no screws inside them either, so it is not a point of affixing the back panel. Problem is, the screws that the peerless wall mount say to use with my model, are much too short to fit in the 4 holes I think they need to go in. I have looked all around on the internet to find a diagram of the back of my model, in which they suggest to affix the wall mount to. Can you please help?
I want to remove my akai flat panel tv FROM the wall mount. The mount itself is attached to the wall by screws but it seems the tv had some type of nobs on the back that slid into slots on the mount. i cannot remember exactly how it was mounted 5 yrs ago. But the tv picture has blown and i need to remove it from the wall mount. I have tried lifting it to remove knobs on back of tv from slots but its seems locked. Can anyone help me with this problem.
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There are several that have universal applications for mounting. The best, in my opinion, is Chief Mount. Sanus is a workable mount but I would steer clear of the Peerless mounts. The mounts will come in a one size fits a certain field (ex. fits 20 to 32 inch).
That TV is new enough to have a VESA standard connection on the back, try attaching the mount directly to the 4 screw holes on the back, tv's don't normally need an adapter if the back is fitted with VESA. if not you can find low cost adapter plates on www.etvmount.com for the most part any vesa adapter than matches your size will function fine.
Just mounted this TV this past weekend...Used Peerless flat panel wall mount bought on Ebay for $39.99 free shipping...Remove the stand by removing the 4 small screws on the back of the tv where the stand connects...then slide the stand off from the bottom...VOILA
I have the same TV, and I bought a mount with 4 connector holes. I was able to connect 3 of the 4 and it has been fine as the TV does not weigh too much. The TV was not designed with the current mode of either wall or stand mount. It was just intended for stand. I have had it on the wall for over 2 years.
12 inches is the minimum for mounting the unit to the wall. I mounted a 42 inch LCD using a Sanus tilt (non-swivel) mount from Best Buy. We mounted it on wooden beams exactly 12 inches apart. Works great!
Ok, great.Look at the back panel and you can see four holes spaced 4" between the top and bottom, and 16" from side to side.
these are for universal mount.
I think this clears your problem
"Please use caution if wall mounting this product. Follow all directions from the manufacturer of the wall mount and be sure to securely fasten the product to the mount. While the TV can be wall mounted, improper wall installation may void the warranty."