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Old 08-08-2011, 03:49 PM   #1
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TV bracket mounting question

We have a 11 Skylark. Jayco placed a sticker on the wall for a TV mounting bracket.

My question is does the bracket have to go exactly where the sticker is located or is there reinforcement backing (Im assuming a wood backer of some sort) running vertically from floor to ceiling at that position?

Also, how long can the mounting screws be? I would hate to end up with a few extra towel hooks in the bathroom behind this location!

Appreciate any feedback


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Old 08-08-2011, 06:25 PM   #2
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That is the way it was in my trailer. I take it that you read the post. The board was just free standing between the two walls, not adhered to the inside the tv wall if you know what I mean. I had two vertical screws to put in. The top one I set in a frame member I found by tapping the wall. The lower one went into the board they placed in there. All is good. I think you could also use those ones that expand and catch against the back of the wall. That was my back up plan. You could also tap in a small nail to see if you have something stable in the wall. Jet take it slow, that's my experience. Good luck.
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