Thanks for reply. I thought you had solved my problem, but while it was close, it did not fit my application. I used an inspection mirror to see how the tv was mounted to the bracket, and to see what the bracket looked like. The bracket was a one piece deal made from stamped out metal. All in all it is a very sturdy mount. Problem is it is not very practical if you need to remove the tv. The tv was bolted directly onto the bracket with 4 screws. You could not get to these screws to remove them. The bracket in turn was bolted to the 3/4 in. plywood with 4 bolts. These were not accessible either. There was not enough room between the back of tv and the wall to get a hand, wrench or much of anything else behind. There were very small access holes on each side of the cabinet. To use these you needed arms like an orangatan. Option 1 was to enlarge these holes and hope the bolts holding the mount to the plywood were not glued. Option 2 was to just use brute force to break the plastic back of the tv. I opted for the brute force method, and it worked pretty easily. Once the tv was down, there was an access hole behind where the tv had been that I reached thru and using a 13mm socket and rachet, removed the mount. I am going to replace with a mount that the tv locks onto and if I ever need to remove the tv again, it will be a breeze. While the mount Fleetwood used was sturdy, it was not one that I would use again in this type application. Again, thanks for your reply I appreciate you taking the time to try and help me.
John- 2011 Fleetwood Southwind 32V