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Old March 8th, 2015, 12:57 AM
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And have plaster walls but no appropriate wall hangers. Yes, I ratchet strapped it to the chair.
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Find your studs behind the plaster, buy 3/4" sheet of wood about however yay big you need to screw into the studs. Then mount the wall bracket to that, then mount your TV. Easy peezy.

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Find your studs behind the plaster, buy 3/4" sheet of wood about however yay big you need to screw into the studs. Then mount the wall bracket to that, then mount your TV. Easy peezy.

Yes, I know you are a Luddite.

Sounds like an awful lot of work to me. Four cinder blocks and some 2x8 cut to length. And it is much classier than milk crates
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And have plaster walls but no appropriate wall hangers. Yes, I ratchet strapped it to the chair.
flat screen on top of the mantle ? I just put an outlet and hdmi in a double box in the ceiling over the mantle in my living room
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Art store wooden easel, paint satin black. $280.

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