Levv WB2337TB LCD & Plasma TV Wall Bracket With Tilt - Up To 37" only £18.64 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Levv WB2337TB black Tilted Wall TV Bracket. Ideal for wall-mounting Flat-Screen TVs between 23-37". Compatible up to VESA 400x200. Much cheaper than similar products available on the high street!
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#1
I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago from an Amazon Marketplace seller for a few quid more and I must admit, it's a fantastic wall mount. I only wish I got it at this price!
#2
Is wall mounting a 32" a difficult procedure? Could one person do the job.
#3
Eez1
Is wall mounting a 32" a difficult procedure? Could one person do the job.


I put my 32" up myself. All you need to do is check that the in-built spirit level is accurate; hold it against the wall and mark six points where you'll drill holes to secure it to the wall; drill the holes with a 12mm masonry drill bit (assuming it's a brick wall) and secure it to the wall; attach the TV supports to the TV; and hang the TV.

You also need to work out what you're going to do regarding the cables. I didn't fancy plastering cables into the wall as that's a pretty permanent decision, so I covered mine with some paneling.

I read the reviews of the product before I purchased it and before I put my TV up as some of them contain some handy tips. It's a great mount and does the job no problem. I feel that I've saved some cash by getting this one and by giving it a go myself - a modest DIYer. :thumbsup:
#4
windhoek
I put my 32" up myself. All you need to do is check that the in-built spirit level is accurate; hold it against the wall and mark six points where you'll drill holes to secure it to the wall; drill the holes with a 12mm masonry drill bit (assuming it's a brick wall) and secure it to the wall; attach the TV supports to the TV; and hang the TV.

You also need to work out what you're going to do regarding the cables. I didn't fancy plastering cables into the wall as that's a pretty permanent decision, so I covered mine with some paneling.

I read the reviews of the product before I purchased it and before I put my TV up as some of them contain some handy tips. It's a great mount and does the job no problem. I feel that I've saved some cash by getting this one and by giving it a go myself - a modest DIYer. :thumbsup:


Thanks for ur reply mate:thumbsup: Ill take a chance on this
#5
No probs. I also suggest that when you put it up, take each step slowly and be sure about where you want it to go. But once it's up, you'll be well satisfied and will get immense kudos for being able to put it up without getting a tradesperson to do it!

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