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Old 10-07-2011, 02:46 PM   #1
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Bedroom tv install help

I have a 2004 Kountry Star and I want to replace the bedroom tv with an led. I have removed the old tv and the corner bracket/cabinet that it was mounted in. I want to mount the new tv on the interior wall that separates the bedroom and the bathroom. I am wondering if anyone knows how that interior wall is constructed, specifically does it have studs and if so are they wood or metal and on what centers. Thanks for any replies. Dave

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Old 10-07-2011, 08:21 PM   #2
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Mine has a sliding door in it, so peeking in the slot I see flat boards, look like half inch by three for the framing.

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Thanks for the reply. I changed my plan and mounted it on an outside wall, I was able to find a steel stud for the mount and by lowering the window valance it will store flat against the wall with the valance providing some additional support. The articulating mount allows it to swing out and tilt for good viewing. With the corner shelf/cabinet gone, I also got the maximum extra room for navigating around the bed.
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