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Old 08-23-2015, 12:28 PM   #11
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May I also suggest you do some searching on this forum for there are suggestions as to the mounts to purchase along with installation pictures. For us, we have an "entertainment center" that comes with a flat-mounted 32" that you couldn't easily view from the dinette and it was difficult to 'disengage' SO we purchased a articulating RV/locking mount from Amazon.
Hattie I have a 32" mounted in an entertainment center but the couch is at a 90 degree angle to the TV. Could this mount be mounted to the top of a cabinet, pulled out and swiveled 90 degrees?
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Could this mount be mounted to the top of a cabinet, pulled out and swiveled 90 degrees?
We extend and swivel it 90 degrees. When pushed back into the entertainment center, it locks and there is a chain to release the articulated arm.
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Old 09-04-2015, 02:48 PM   #13
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Hattie, do you know if you got the TV1-021 (up to 35 lbs) or the TV1006H (for up to 50 lbs) for your 32" tv? We are picking up our new travel trailer this week and it does not come with any tvs. I will be purchasing 2 Mor/Ryde mounts from Amazon, as soon as I figure out what size I need. Does anyone know if there is a limit on the size of the tv for the bedroom? I was hoping to put in a 28" tv with a dvd player if the wall will hold it.
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Old 09-04-2015, 03:32 PM   #14
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Hattie, do you know if you got the TV1-021 (up to 35 lbs) or the TV1006H (for up to 50 lbs) for your 32" tv? We are picking up our new travel trailer this week and it does not come with any tvs. I will be purchasing 2 Mor/Ryde mounts from Amazon, as soon as I figure out what size I need. Does anyone know if there is a limit on the size of the tv for the bedroom? I was hoping to put in a 28" tv with a dvd player if the wall will hold it.
the mount up to 35 #'s will work for 28" TV. Are you buying 110V TV or 12 volt?
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So I must need the TV1-006H (up to 50 lbs) for the 32" tv then, right? I was planning on buying 110V...but please tell me, the advantages or disadvantages. I don't have a generator...wouldn't I need one for the 12V?
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Old 09-04-2015, 04:36 PM   #16
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Hattie, do you know if you got the TV1-021 (up to 35 lbs) or the TV1006H (for up to 50 lbs) for your 32" tv? We are picking up our new travel trailer this week and it does not come with any tvs. I will be purchasing 2 Mor/Ryde mounts from Amazon, as soon as I figure out what size I need. Does anyone know if there is a limit on the size of the tv for the bedroom? I was hoping to put in a 28" tv with a dvd player if the wall will hold it.
Our television is the Jensen 32" 12-volt; initially we thought the 35# would work - but what a mistake so we returned it for the more heavy-duty bracket. The reason the 35# DIDN'T please us is that it quickly began sagging after driving on some rough roads. This is one instance where going more robust is well worth it ... we didn't want lots of movement of the TV while on the road. We are now very pleased.
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Thanks so much! That's just what I needed to know.
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Thought I'd bump this up because I need help again. Finally got the schematics for my camper. I want to mount a small lcd tv. Do I need one that will allow me to remove the tv for travel or can I put one up permanently? I don't want the bouncing on rough road to damage the wall from the weight of the tv. Any suggestions on a mount? I only plan on putting a 32" or less tv up.

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I just bought and mounted in the Bedroom a 24" Samsung HD Smart LCD TV. model # T24E31OND from Costco. It comes with a wall mount bracket that works perfect. If you press on the wall you can fell where the backer board is. For me I mounted it just to the right of the sticker. I think it would hold fine while traveling but it is very easy to left off and store on the bed while traveling The nice thing is it is the mount is very close to the wall. On the box it says: "Wall mountable stand"...........
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I just bought and mounted in the Bedroom a 24" Samsung HD Smart LCD TV. model # T24E31OND from Costco. It comes with a wall mount bracket that works perfect. If you press on the wall you can fell where the backer board is. For me I mounted it just to the right of the sticker. I think it would hold fine while traveling but it is very easy to left off and store on the bed while traveling The nice thing is it is the mount is very close to the wall. On the box it says: "Wall mountable stand"...........
Are you able to tilt it?
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