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Old 06-23-2015, 02:24 PM   #11
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The flat plates and the T-shaped parts could be the unused bases for the televisions.


I had to assemble a bunch of flat panel displays at the office and those pieces look similar.


The hinged pieces?
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Old 06-23-2015, 02:50 PM   #12
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Thank you guys...

TWP: Given the air mattress also found under the bed and unexpected, I wondered if it had something to do with the sofa also but I thought the recliners and air mattress were mutually exclusive.

Mike: Like I mentioned in a previous post, there's another strange bracket mounted on the wall in the basement close to the door. It looks like a TV bracket but all three TVs in the unit are mounted already. I'm still at a loss as to what these things are for.
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Old 06-23-2015, 02:59 PM   #13
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What I said is that the flat plates and the T-shaped pieces were shipped with the TV's. If the TV's were simply placed on a table, they would need a stand to keep them upright.


It looks like the T-shaped pieces would be mounted centered-perpendicular to the flat plate. Those are rubber/plastic feet on them, aren't they?


Then the top of the T is secured (slipped into) the back of the TV near the bottom.


See if there are markings on the parts that are the same brand or logo of anything else in the rig.
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I agree with Mike's theory, I bet the base of T lines up with the 4 holes in the big plate
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I agree with Mike's theory, I bet the base of T lines up with the 4 holes in the big plate
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Mike and Filthy, that does make sense. Yes, there are rubber feet on the plates and it does look like the holes in the T's line up with the holes in the plate so I see where you're coming from.

It'll be a relief to know they're just spare parts due to the TVs being mounted differently.

Now if I can find out what those other two things are... one says L and the other says R on the circular part that may pivot. I'll look more closely next time I'm over that way.
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Our basement has a bracket on the rear wall on the door side. We were told its a TV mount. I think the bedroom TV has a release allowing it to be moved there. Haven't tried tho.
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Our Pinnacle came with a TV mount in the basement and it was designed to remove the one from the bedroom and mount it in the basement. We did not like that idea so I replaced the half of the mount in the basement and installed a swing arm mount I got on Amazon for under $20.00. Works great and do not have to fool with moving the TV back and forth. Not sure that explains your situation since you have another outside TV.
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Here's the stuff I was talking about. If anyone knows what these are for, please fill me in. Thanks
Being an Electronics/ TV/ Satellite dealer, the 2 bigger pieces are the bases to 2 TV's, two pieces middle right are the brackets that attach to the bases then the TV's, not a close up enough picture on the other 2 pieces, but I suspect they are wall mount brackets that would be used if the TV had a larger bolt pattern.
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You guys have pretty much convinced me that those plates and brackets are spare parts since the TVs are wall mounted. Also appreciate the information on the bracket in the basement right next to the door. If I were going to use it, I'd buy a swingarm too but since we have another TV in the outdoor kitchen space, I really don't see a reason for that either.

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