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know which bracket to buy and wheres the cheapest? its a 32 inch goodmans tv that tescos very kindly overcharged by 2p before their new double the difference came in and they gave it to me free of … Read More
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
know which bracket to buy and wheres the cheapest?

its a 32 inch goodmans tv that tescos very kindly overcharged by 2p before their new double the difference came in and they gave it to me free of charge :) bless em lol so its very sentimental and i want it shoved on the wall up high so I cant see the dust piling up on top of it!
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
luck you :thumbsup: wish i'd got one :-( bring back tesco's old policy to give for free if you get overcharged!! :lol:
#2
cheerleader
luck you :thumbsup: wish i'd got one :-( bring back tesco's old policy to give for free if you get overcharged!! :lol:

oh i had some bargains in those days hahaha I would like em to bring back the old policy too
#3
blue tack
#4
No More Nails - Sticks anything to anything

apparently :)
#5
peodude
No More Nails - Sticks anything to anything

apparently :)

rubbish stuff my skirting board fell off after sticking it on with that lol
#6
Mardyass - hope the thumbs better!!

Couple of practical points to bear in mind - if you put it too high up you'll get a sore neck watching it. Ideally the bottom of the screen should be level with your eye height when sitting in your normal viewing position. Have you thought about the cables? they can be pretty unsightly if you have then trailing up the wall.

There are a number of suppliers that do brackets (including Amazon, Ebuyer loads on ebay) just make sure you get one that can hold the correct weight of your tv and use the right fixings for your wall. There is a fair bit of info about this on the avforums.

I did ours a couple of months ago and it looks fantastic and we now have an extra corner (the corner where the tv was) in the living room for a chair...

Got my mount from here - lots of choices...including extendable, swivel ones.
http://www.vivomounts.co.uk/
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Pexus TV Tilt Wall Mount 90.9kg 32" to 57" - £24.99

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130797#

Could try that or have a look. Think its the same as the one ive got my TV and is the 32" Vistron from ebuyer and works a treat
#8
gari189
Mardyass - hope the thumbs better!!

Couple of practical points to bear in mind - if you put it too high up you'll get a sore neck watching it. Ideally the bottom of the screen should be level with your eye height when sitting in your normal viewing position. Have you thought about the cables? they can be pretty unsightly if you have then trailing up the wall.

There are a number of suppliers that do brackets (including Amazon, Ebuyer loads on ebay) just make sure you get one that can hold the correct weight of your tv and use the right fixings for your wall. There is a fair bit of info about this on the avforums.

I did ours a couple of months ago and it looks fantastic and we now have an extra corner (the corner where the tv was) in the living room for a chair...


the cables are going to be hidden as hubby will chisel out the wall,the room is being replastered so I'm not bothered about that bit,I'm just having troubles knowing which bracket will fit it:?
The thumb doesnt look like a sausage anymore thanks,saw the consultant and he wants the wound to heal before he decides what to do with it next,I think there may still be something in there,will have to wait and see
#9
homer_213
Pexus TV Tilt Wall Mount 90.9kg 32" to 57" - £24.99

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130797#

Could try that or have a look. Think its the same as the one ive got my TV and is the 32" Vistron from ebuyer and works a treat


thanks for that what does vesa mean???
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Mardyass
the cables are going to be hidden as hubby will chisel out the wall,the room is being replastered so I'm not bothered about that bit,I'm just having troubles knowing which bracket will fit it:?



With regards the cables - I bought additional cables from ebuyer and fitted cables to every outlet on the telly, several of them I don't use but it means if I get a hdmi dvd player etc I won't have to redo all the plastering as the cable is already there.
#11
gari189
With regards the cables - I bought additional cables from ebuyer and fitted cables to every outlet on the telly, several of them I don't use but it means if I get a hdmi dvd player etc I won't have to redo all the plastering as the cable is already there.


great idea thankyou :)
#12
gari189
With regards the cables - I bought additional cables from ebuyer and fitted cables to every outlet on the telly, several of them I don't use but it means if I get a hdmi dvd player etc I won't have to redo all the plastering as the cable is already there.


I hope you tested the cables, could be a dodgy one in there you'll find when you need it :p
#13
As you got it free,why don't you get it put up by someone who knows and then not so bad paying for it,cos T.V was free anyway.
#14
Mum2Connor&Cerys
As you got it free,why don't you get it put up by someone who knows and then not so bad paying for it,cos T.V was free anyway.


it cant be that difficult once I have the bracket:oops:
#15
Mardyass
it cant be that difficult once I have the bracket:oops:


just make sure it's secure,there was talk of putting ours on wall,but not sure about it so we left it,got cabinet instead,plus the walls are not very good,you could put a shelf up and it fall down,however my partner not very DIY minded so maybe thats why too.
#16
INSTRUCTIONS;

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#18
lmao :)

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