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Old 04-01-2016, 07:53 PM   #21
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Here is what I will be using. A locking double swing arm for rear access when needed. Not cheap but meet my needs.


There is a cord that hangs down, pull it and it releases the arms to move. Push the arms back to lock in place. About $75-80 Wireman


TV Brackets / Medium Double Swing TV Bracket - LW Engineering






Here is another option I considered.


Amazon.com: MOR/ryde TV1006H Double Arm Swivel TV Wall Mount: Automotive
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Old 04-01-2016, 08:03 PM   #22
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Thanks for posting that info. I may go with the same one as you. The second one is very heavy. Not sure if the wall could hold it. Are you mounting directly to wall or using plywood backer?
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Found the best option Mor/ryde TV1-0125
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Old 04-01-2016, 08:20 PM   #24
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Found the best option Mor/ryde TV1-0125
100x100 pattern, watched video on it and says typically under 22" set but is rated at over 30lbs?
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Old 04-01-2016, 08:32 PM   #25
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Still waiting for delivery of my 23RLSW. I'll have to see how big the backer is to screw into.


I'll probably add a 1/2" piece of finish grade plywood to the mounting area, stain it.


I might even fill in the whole mounting area with the plywood. We'll see.


That way I can use longer screws for mounting and it will be a lot stronger.
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Old 04-02-2016, 08:16 AM   #26
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On my whitehawk I took a factory screw out. Its 3/4" long. The mount is about 1/8 of an inch thick.

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Old 04-02-2016, 08:33 AM   #27
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The recessed TV mounting area in my floor plan backs a bathroom wall. Might be some plumbing lines in the wall.


Another reason to add a 1/2" backer. You have to know the vesa bolt pattern on the rear of the TV before you buy a mount.


Most 32" and up use a 200mm x 200mm pattern.
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On my whitehawk I took a factory screw out. Its 3/4" long. The mount is about 1/8 of an inch thick.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8V...ew?usp=sharing
Thank you for doing this! You may save me from taking the mirror apart. Just to confirm you have the swivel tv that switches from the main area to the bedroom?

Also is the mount extendable? I ordered the Mor Ryde mount and wondering if I will still be able to swivel the tv to the bedroom with it attached?
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Thank you for doing this! You may save me from taking the mirror apart. Just to confirm you have the swivel tv that switches from the main area to the bedroom?

Also is the mount extendable? I ordered the Mor Ryde mount and wondering if I will still be able to swivel the tv to the bedroom with it attached?
Yeah, the mirror seems to be stapled to the flipty thing. No bueno. Yes, this flips between livingroom and front bedroom, on a White Hawk 32dsbh.

Mine is not extendable, but it is removable and adds about 3" of depth. And it still has room for flipping.
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They stapled the mirror tothe back..wow. Isn't the tv hard to view when your sitting on the couch if it does not extend?
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