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How Do I Install A TV Wall Mount?

Mar 25


It's time to hang your flat-screen TV. You might have put off the task for several years or even had it completed by someone else. Now that you're moving and you're the one to do it, is it your turn? Do not be afraid to put up flat screens if you're being intimidated.

How to Install a TV Wall Mount?

There's no need to hang the television yourself if you're unsure. Ask a friend to help you. Find someone capable of doing the job correctly. No matter what you do, don't do this work if it isn't something you are passionate about. You never know your child may be under the TV. The TV should not fall onto your child or on the floor. This could cause cost hundreds of dollars. The risk of this happening can be minimized by knowing TV mounting tips.


How do you select the best tools?

What equipment will you require if you decide to do the task?

  • Tape measures

  • Drills and bits

  • A screwdriver, orbit

  • Level

  • Pencil

  • Stud finder (optional)


1. Find the Mount and Stud

Find a secure place for your TV to be hung. Next, find the studs to do this. There are numerous ways to locate the studs. If you can locate an outlet on the floor, measure 16 inches and then look for the stud. Stud finders are another alternative. If you are willing to wait and have the time, a stud finder can be an excellent choice. It is affordable. To ensure that you have found a true stud, make sure you are not too noticeable when it informs you. You can also use the drywall toggles in case everything else fails. It is essential to ensure that the toggles are designed to support the entire weight of the frame and TV. The drywall needs to be strong enough to support the weight. Standing before the TV's screen, make sure your frame's height is at eye level. Create new holes in your bracket if the bracket's studs are not aligned with the holes. It's generally simpler than replacing the bolts to attach the mounting frames to the wall. Most mounting frames require four bolts. These bolts must be first drilled. You can take it slow and get the job done. However, if you find that things aren't level enough, you can always make them level again later. It is unnecessary to be in a position where you are not level!


2: Run wires along the wall

Once the frame is put up, insert the wires into the wall. You must ensure that the cables are suitable to be hung on the wall. Channeling is easily painted and can be run from the outlet to the TV if they're unsure whether the wires are appropriate for wall installation. Another alternative is to have someone bring in to connect an outlet from the area behind your television. However, this could render it difficult to observe.

3. Mount Your TV

After the frame has been put in, place the TV on the frame. While it's easy to place the pieces correctly, it can be difficult. It is recommended to hire someone to assist you. It's not fun to imagine a TV hitting someone or breaking. You can grab the top of the TV and pull it back down if it isn't level when it's hung. If you put the frame inside studs, it can be used to level it. Another option is to loosen or tighten one of the bolts to the frame. It may be necessary to take bolts from behind the frame and repeat the process. It's not easy, so make sure to take your time and complete it slowly. Television is a great thing to hang. It's easier to see the TV when it is hanging and saves space. You can hang your TV when you are at ease. The result will be pleasant.

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