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Old 05-08-2011, 06:42 PM   #1
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Tv mounts

Does anyone know any good tv mounts that move and tilt. I need one that mounts on the tv shelf of 2011 Catalina 24fbs.

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Old 05-08-2011, 07:01 PM   #2
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I don't know of any specific adjustable TV mount, but there was a recent recall on mounts that "articulate" ...seems they were failing at the joints and dropping the TV when installed in stix and brix homes. That can only be more of a risk in an RV, given the dynamic stresses.

Given the potential for catastrophic failure, I would consider installing additional safety restraints to limit the risk. Small cables, long enough to accommodate the full reach of the articulation, attached to the back of the TV and anchored in a structural member would be a good approach.

Check the Consumer Product Safety website for detailed information on the recalled TV mounts and proceed with caution. You should not install any heavy device over the pilot seat, regardless.

Hope you can find something that works safely and effectively for you.
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Jim and Fran in Central Florida
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