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Old 03-27-2024, 12:41 PM   #1
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Redhawk 31f Bedroom cabinet tv mount

Has anyone ever installed this in cabinet. I picked up material from RV service depth and said" a TV mount is a tv.mount" I can do this BUT it looks alot different then I was expecting. 2 large plates, I thought would only need 1 , 2 gas springs and brackets. Just asking If anyone gave this a try. I have a 24 in tv for this project.
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I Finished; I will take pictures if interested.
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I Finished; I will take pictures if interested.
As the saying goes, "Pictures or it didn't happen". I'm sure there are numerous members, with similar rigs, who would be interested in seeing how it turned out.
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Old 03-28-2024, 07:37 PM   #4
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I also have a 31F and have thought about mounting a flat screen TV. Seems like all I would need is the TV mount like the one up front and screw onto the cabinet door in the picture. My door swings outward from the right to the left, not up and down so I don't think I would need gas struts to hold the door up if I want to access the cabinet.

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Old 03-29-2024, 09:21 PM   #5
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I agree. An inexpensive VESA mount might work. You might have to block-it up to raise it off the panel and above the rails/stiles.

What do you need in the way of cabling? Or would you just stream content to a smart TV? Is there AC power near?
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I do have to move the piston down to lower hole so I can open all the way up.
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I do have to move the piston down to lower hole so I can open all the way up.
Looks good..
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If anyone curious, I had to get that bracket from the RV service center where I purchased the RV.
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Old 03-30-2024, 08:33 AM   #10
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As you can see in the picture I provided, the gas struts work fine. You will have to remove the existing door to make this happen. The TV essentially becomes the door because things can still be stored behind the tv.
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If anyone curious, I had to get that bracket from the RV service center where I purchased the RV.
Hi Carl,
Is it part #0246352 or 0323746 for the actual bracket? Looks like the 0246352 is half the price of the second one. Can you see the name of the manufacturer anywhere on the bracket?
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Your right, there was 2 main brackets in the package and I only used 1. I looked carefully, there is NO NAME or part # anywhere on the bracket.
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