TV Bracket

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  1. cherok

    cherok

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    Hi:Smile:

    I am unsure if this is the correct place to post this but...

    We would like to fix our TV onto the wooden panel that comes down from the upper wardrobes between the back of the driver's seat and the back of the dining seats.

    We would like a type of bracket that we can fold away as we like to put the TV on the cubboard surface when we are set up on site.

    Sorry, I'm not too good at explaining things, I hope you know what I'm talking about:RollEyes:

    Has anyone done this? Can anyone suggest where to get such a bracket please?

    Thanks very much:Smile:
     
  2. kaspian

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    re tv bracket

    Hi, I'm looking into the same problem at the moment, try this web site- www.bracketsrus.co.uk
     
  3. Geo

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    All the brackets I have seen and used (quite a few) were designed to hold the Tv in place and swing out for viewing, also any stand the TV may have will have to be removed, what you seem to be asking for is a bracket to store the TV, as all these brackets are designed to stop the TV hitting the floor, some distmatling is going to be reqd to put the tv on the table/cupboard each and every time you use it
    Or Have I missed the point:Doh:
    Geo
     
  4. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    if you're talking about an LCD tv then its much better stored on the overcab bed when travelling.

    just making work for the sake of it fitting storage brackets.
     
  5. wizza

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    C A K tanks do some good brackets that lock shut, you have to download their brochure dont know if its what you are looking for.http://www.caktanks.co.uk/
     
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  6. bazfergy

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    Hi cherok we got one off ebay :thumb:
     
  7. geoff1947

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    bracket

    I bought my TV and bracket from Tesco. Bracket was £5 screws to the wall and to the Tv and I can clip on/off as required:thumb. I like to see what I'm buying but if you know what you want e bay is great do your research::thumb:
     
  8. TonyIsh UK

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    Wilkinsons and Argos have a range of brackets.

    Also one (cannot remember which) had a quick release bracket that could mounted sideways.

    Rgds
     

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