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Old 09-21-2011, 06:18 PM   #1
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ACE TV in Bedroom

As one can see from my nick name, I need to mount a TV in the bedroom.
The ACE has power and coax in the wall.
Does anyone know if there is anything solid to mount a tv too? The wall feels like it is just 1/4 luan. There might be something running horizontal a few inches above the power? I was going to remove the cover plates to snoop around in the wall. It looks like the way the 2 boxes are 2 inches apart there would be a vertical stud?

Any advice would be helpful...

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Old 09-21-2011, 07:24 PM   #2
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I did not find a stud. I mounted a 20-inch flat-screen on a wall mount just above the cable outlet on an ACE. The mount only allows the TV to move up and down (Wall-Mart small mount). I used screws with metal hole inserts that expanded. Two screws hold the whole thing securely. I even hit a curb, climbed mountains, and hit occasional pot holes. The TV is still there.

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Old 09-26-2011, 05:35 PM   #3
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I am nervous about the same thing.. I have a 15# flat panel I want to mount there with a movable mount that can go from there to an outside mount. Seems I might need more to hold on to on the bedroom wall.. Also, I want to use hdmi from the sat receiver, not coax there.. Going to have to see how to route that where the coax is now.
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