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How Do I Install A TV Wall Mount?

Mar 25


It is now time to hang up your flat-screen television. You might have put off the task for several years or had it done by someone else. Now that you're moving, is it your turn? Don't be scared to hang an LCD screen if you feel too intimidated.

How do you set up the TV Wall Mount?

If you're not confident, then don't hang the television by yourself. Get a trusted friend to assist you. Find someone capable of completing the task correctly. It is not advisable to attempt this job regardless of your background. You never know your child might be sitting on the couch watching TV. You do not want it to fall onto them or the floor. This could cause the cost hundreds of dollars. This can be avoided by knowing how to mount your TV.

What are the best ways to choose the best tools?

What tools do you require to complete the job?

  • Tape measures

  • A drill and bits

  • A screwdriver, orbit

  • Level

  • Pencil

  • Stud finder (optional)


1. Find the Stud and Mount

Find a safe place to hang your TV. Then, locate the studs needed to hang it. There are many methods to locate the studs. If you can find an outlet on the floor, measure 16 inches and then look for a stud. Another option is to use a tool to locate studs. If you're patient, the stud finder is an excellent choice. It can be very affordable. To ensure that you have discovered an absolute stud, ensure that you're not too noticeable when it informs you. If all else fails, it is possible to employ the drywall toggles. It is important that the toggles can withstand the load of the television and its frame. The drywall needs to be able to bear the weight. If you are standing in front of your TV, The frame's height should be at eye level with the middle of its screen. You can drill holes into the bracket if its studs don't line up with the holes. It's typically simpler than replacing the bolts that connect the mounting frames to the wall. Four bolts are required for the majority of mounting frames. These bolts must be first made. Take it slow, and you will get the job done. You can always make things more level if they're not. There is no reason to be in a position where you are not level!


2: Run wires along the wall

Once the frame has been put up, insert the wires in the wall. Make sure that the cables are designed to be installed in the wall. If they are unsure if their wires can be used to install in the wall or are not suitable for the installation, they can buy channeling that is easily painted and then run through the outlet and the TV. You could also ask someone to arrive and install an outlet in the wall behind your TV. However, this could cause it to be impossible to see.

3: Mount Your TV

After the frame is installed, place the TV inside the frame. While it's easy to place the pieces properly, it can be difficult. It is best to get assistance. It's unpleasant to imagine a TV hitting someone or breaking. If the television isn't level after hanging it, grab the top side of the TV and pull it back down. It will help level the frame if you are sure to put it inside studs. It is also possible to loosen or tighten one bolt on the frame. It is possible to take the bolts from behind and retry the process. It can be tedious; therefore, take your time and do it slowly. The TV is the smartest thing to hang. It's easier to watch the TV once it's hung and saves space. If you're happy with the way, you hang your TV. The results will be pleasing.

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