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Old 08-22-2017, 02:00 PM   #1
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2nd TV in bedroom question

Has anyone successfully mounted a 2nd TV in the bedroom where the sticker marks the location for it on the wall?

How did you do it? Is there a recommended bracket for it?

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Old 08-22-2017, 02:21 PM   #2
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Sure, just need a bracket that is either RV specific if you want a tilting unit as the RV units tend to have a lock for traveling. You can buy a much cheaper fixed unit on amazon. Just need to use one that falls within the weight limits of the TV you want to use. I don't think I paid more than 20$ for mine.
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Old 08-22-2017, 02:24 PM   #3
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Can you show me a specific bracket so I can get an idea of what they look like?

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Old 08-22-2017, 02:39 PM   #4
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I used this one and with the swivel tight, it wont move while traveling. I have a 19 inch TV in the bedroom.
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Ok awesome thanks.

And does it screw straight in to some kind of stud or something behind that red/white sticker on the wall?

Is there something right behind that sticker?

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Old 08-22-2017, 05:10 PM   #6
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Send Jayco your Vin and they will give you a wall schmatic to show where the wood backing is behind the interior wall. May as well ask for all other schematics, including 12v and 120v schematics too.
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I used my knuckles to knock and find the stud and it was NOT directly behind the sticker. I used wood screws and washers to avoid going through the other side of the wall. Also I used the mount from Amazon listed above. I put the TV away under the bed when travelling and take it out once setup and stabilized. Suggest getting the schematics as well but take your time and locate the stud and you will be ok. Measure the wall thickness and use washers to regulate screw depth.


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I definitely WOULD NOT go by the sticker's location, I believe it is just stuck on there in the general vicinity. I went by the build sheet specs (as someone else suggested) and used a tape measure and stud finder to mount my MORryde mount with the 6 lag bolts that came in the kit. I predrilled a smaller pilot hole before using a ratchet to drive the lag bolts. It's supporting a 24" TV. I also ran an HDMI cable through the ceiling back to my entertainment center and connected it to a bi-directional HDMI switch so the audio would go through the audio return channel and play over the factory radio.
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I used my knuckles to knock and find the stud and it was NOT directly behind the sticker. I used wood screws and washers to avoid going through the other side of the wall. Also I used the mount from Amazon listed above. I put the TV away under the bed when travelling and take it out once setup and stabilized. Suggest getting the schematics as well but take your time and locate the stud and you will be ok. Measure the wall thickness and use washers to regulate screw depth.
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Our TV stud is not under the sticker. Called Jayco, they emailed me the plans for my trailer (or at least my model), plus when asked, their approved screw size for TV mounts. Knocking to locate a stud works pretty good, but for piece of mind, use an electronic stud finder if you have one.
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Mine was under the sticker. Mounted a 32" TV with swivel tilt mount. Also mounted a sound bar under bedroom window.
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