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Installing a tv wall mount:

Wall mounting a TV can instantly declutter a room and increase the screen’s visibility. A typical wall mount kit comes with two mounting arms that attach to the back of your flat-screen TV and a wide bracket plate, which attaches to your wall. The mounting arms lock onto the bracket plate, securing the TV to the wall. 

Tools needed for installation: 

Power drill and bits or Phillips Screwdriver
Stud finder or small nail 
Tape measure
Socket wrench
Pencil
TV wall mount kit


ATTACH MOUNTING BRACKET TO THE TELEVISION:

• If there’s a stand on the TV’s frame, unbolt and remove it. 
• Locate the mounting holes on the back of your TV. If necessary, pry off the plastic caps over the holes with a screwdriver. 
• Attach the mounting arms to the mounting holes on your TV, using the bolts 
provided with your mounting kit. Be careful not to over-tighten, and do not use a power drill. Make sure the two mounting brackets are level with each other. 
• Set the TV aside. Be sure to rest the TV so the screen is facing upward. Setting the TV with the screen facing down can cause permanent damage.


FIND A LOCATION TO MOUNT TV:

• Determine the best wall location for mounting the television. 
• Look for a location with no glare, and good visibility from all sitting areas in the room. 
• For maximum viewing comfort, plan to mount your TV at a height on the wall that corresponds to the viewer’s eye level when seated — typically, with the center of the screen 40-45 inches off the floor. 
• Choose a location close to an electrical outlet. Measure the length of the TV’s power cord to be sure it will reach.


ATTACH THE WALL MOUNT BRACKET TO THE WALL:

Tip: Do not use hollow-wall anchors as they cannot support TV wall mounts. 

• Use a stud finder to locate the two studs in your wall that will support your TV. 
• Mark the location of each stud’s center with a pencil. Use a nail to confirm a stud has been located. 
• Measure the distance between the top and bottom holes on each TV mounting arm. Mark two points in the center of each wall stud, corresponding to these holes. 
• Use a level to ensure the mounting holes for each arm are even. 
• Use a power drill to drill pilot holes for the wall bracket screws or bolts. 
• Attach the wall bracket plate to the wall using the screws or bolts provided with the wall mount kit. If the kit uses lag bolts, drive them in with a socket wrench.


CONNECT THE CABLES:

Tip: If you’re attaching your TV flat to the wall to a fixed wall mount, you may find it easier to connect the cables to the television before attaching it to the wall bracket. 

• Be sure the TV and any attached devices are unplugged. 
• Have someone help you hold the television up to the wall mount. Attach the 
audio and video cables to the television per the manufacturer’s instructions.


HANG THE TV:

Safety: Do not attempt this alone. Have one person interlock the brackets while one or two others lift the TV. 

• Lock the TV mounting arms onto the wall bracket plate. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to secure the connections. 
• Confirm that every point of connection is locked down securely. Test your 
installation with a few light tugs. 
• Test and troubleshoot connections and TV functions to be sure they all work. 
• Make adjustments as necessary. Be sure to get help if you need to remove the 
TV from the wall.