Stud Wall TV Mounting

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  1. Paul17088071

    Paul17088071

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    Hi

    I am looking to mount a 32 inch tv to a stud wall, I’m looking for suggestions on how best to go about this, and any specific screws etc that need to be used?

    many thanks in advance, Paul
     
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  3. rsgaz

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    What type of bracket? A nice and simple to mount flat type...

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    ...or a pull out, cantilever, asking for trouble on a stud wall, type...

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    ??
     
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    Ideally one which is most ideal for a stud wall, so I’d imagine the flat mount style?
     
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    Yes,

    Do you know if there is a stud where you want the TV?
     
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    Just mark where the telly fixings need to go and install noggins at that point , then you can use any mounting you want , without worrying the TV will drop off the wall

    Never seen the fascination with wall mounting personally unless it's in a really small room and there are no accessories with it like sky box , blu ray player etc
     
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