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Old 05-14-2017, 08:06 AM   #1
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Jay Flight TV Mounts?

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Have you guys found a good Amazon bracket for a 32" TV that works well?

These TVs weigh nothing these days but still would like to have a quick release of some sort to stow then going doing the road. Some sort or articulation to tilt side to side would be great. Most importantly, I want to make sure the screws are secure and what the right length is to not go through the wall.

I figured some of you fine folks here have already figured this out

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Look through this thread
http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...unt-44391.html
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Thanks Doug. I had checked out that thread but that Camping World model is out of stock online right now. Also still wondering what size alternate screws to use if I picked up a regular cheap "home-use" model.
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I've seen 5/8" to 3/4"
Can't remember all the threads.

http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...unt-44391.html

I would say 5/8" is what I am going to try.

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I've seen 5/8" to 3/4"
Can't remember all the threads.

http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...unt-44391.html

I would say 5/8" is what I am going to try.

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Old 05-14-2017, 11:53 AM   #6
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Check out the Snap-In mounts from Mor-Ryde TV Mounts - MORryde They have rigid, swivel and extendable mounts that allow you to readily remove or install the TV. I am going to use one of the rigid ones for a TV for our bedroom, so that when traveling I can lay the TV on the bed and not have it bouncing around on the wall.
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Old 07-25-2020, 07:39 PM   #9
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Jayco 236TH TV Mounts

Hi,

We just purchased a Jayco 236TH and it has two TV mounts. One in the bedroom and one outside.

How is a person laying in bed going to see a flat mounted TV on the adjacent wall? The mount doesn't swivel or tilt at all.

Secondly, what TV actually fits that TV mount? The $108 32-inch TV from Walmart doesn't match the bolt pattern at all for that mount.

Was this a gimmick from Jayco and nothing works or am I missing something?
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Hi,

We just purchased a Jayco 236TH and it has two TV mounts. One in the bedroom and one outside.

How is a person laying in bed going to see a flat mounted TV on the adjacent wall? The mount doesn't swivel or tilt at all.

Secondly, what TV actually fits that TV mount? The $108 32-inch TV from Walmart doesn't match the bolt pattern at all for that mount.

Was this a gimmick from Jayco and nothing works or am I missing something?
When we bought our 248RSBW the sales person was pushing Furrion products.
Maybe the mount is for a Furrion TV ?
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

We have this in our 195RB and it works great.
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Hi,

We just purchased a Jayco 236TH and it has two TV mounts. One in the bedroom and one outside.

How is a person laying in bed going to see a flat mounted TV on the adjacent wall? The mount doesn't swivel or tilt at all.

Secondly, what TV actually fits that TV mount? The $108 32-inch TV from Walmart doesn't match the bolt pattern at all for that mount.

Was this a gimmick from Jayco and nothing works or am I missing something?
Ha! Just last week I added a TV to the bedroom of our 267BHS using that mount. I had to lower the mount because the (32") TV wouldn't fit due to the cable jack sticking out just above it on the ceiling.

I also needed an adapter in order to use the bracket with the TV.

We haven't tried watching it while mounted in the bedroom - there's no way it'd be comfortable. It's really only mounted there when it's not on the mount outside.
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Furrion

We bought an extra 32" Furrion TV and have that same bracket on our 2020 Jay Flight. It fits perfect. We move the TV from the bedroom to the outside mount.
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You can also try Kebloc mounts. They have a really good mounting system that is very versatile. I mount my outside TV using one. Very easy to put up and take down.
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Kebloc are the ones mounted in the bedroom and under the awning from the factory on my 2020 24rbs.
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