What Type Of Tv Bracket Might This Be?

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  1. Langtoftlad

    Langtoftlad Funster Life Member

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    As some of you might know :rolleyes:, I'm picking up my first MH next week - having bought it just on the feel of sitting in it & the layout of course.
    I didn't go through it with a fine toothcomb so I'm expecting a lot of surprises.

    One of which, as far as I can recall, is the TV locker has apparently been given over to wine glass storage - and a previous owners TV was mounted on the wardrobe wall - via some-sort of bracket I don't recognise.
    I'm expecting that it will be just half a bracket or some-sort of mounting plate but I was wondering if any of the venerable collective had seen anything similar or can advise?

    Just to make the game more "fun" - I only have the low res photo from the original advert & an even lower resolution crop :LOL:.

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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    Definitely a slide mount but of what origin is anybody's guess.

    The other half will still be fixed to the previous owners TV.....maybe get their details off the V5 and contact them.
    Failing that simply replace with a new mount
     
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    just looks like a bog standard flat screen slot in wall bracket.. doesn't move or adjust

    I think it is complete , the bit with the holes is attached to the TV and slots into the wall bracket ..
     
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    Push the little lever at the top to slid it out.
     
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    Langtoftlad Funster Life Member

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    Brilliant - knew I could rely on fellow Funsters :D.
    I wonder if there's another on the bedroom side for just the use you suggest @MinxyGirl
    Resisting (only just!) buying a TV until after I pick up the van to make sure I choose the appropriate size 19" or 22"
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    Langtoftlad Funster Life Member

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    I think actually I'll buy the TV to suit and if the bracket doesn't fit, I'll change that. It really isn't an expensive one - and I might prefer one that can tilt etc
     
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    Definitely Vision Plus - agree that it is great used with a swivel arm.
     
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