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Old 06-29-2012, 08:32 AM   #1
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Flatscreen in the MBR

Thinking about putting a 19" flat screen tv in the MBR of my 2009 26 BH. This is my first TT so I am a little reluctant to mount something like this to what feel like flimsy walls. With trailer bounce and all, has this ever been a problem for any of you? Does it make more sense to stow the tv under the bed and just stick it on the pop up shelf upon arrival? The TT was barely used - basically brand new - when we bought it, and Im not sure I want to go punching holes in the wall for a tv mount. Thoughts?
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Old 06-29-2012, 09:00 AM   #2
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You could do something like this...

https://www.jaycoowners.com/showpost....96&postcount=2
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On mine the TV slides on and off the bedroom wall mount real easy so I put it in the center of the bed before I head out...
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Thinking about putting a 19" flat screen tv in the MBR of my 2009 26 BH. This is my first TT so I am a little reluctant to mount something like this to what feel like flimsy walls. With trailer bounce and all, has this ever been a problem for any of you? Does it make more sense to stow the tv under the bed and just stick it on the pop up shelf upon arrival? The TT was barely used - basically brand new - when we bought it, and Im not sure I want to go punching holes in the wall for a tv mount. Thoughts?
I am currently contemplating the same thing, except in a 27bh. I have decided to just place the tv up on the shelf when I get to my destination and just store it when traveling. With all the things I have to set up when I get to a campground a small flat screen is not going to make much of a difference.
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