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Old 06-21-2009, 11:22 PM   #1
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Can the interior/bathroom wall hold two LCDs?

I currently have a 19" LCD mounted on the wall above the dinette (28' CCD) -- this is the "front" wall of the bathroom.

I want to replace the 19" with a 26", and also mount a 24" LCD on a long arm below the TV (basically to be able to pull it closer to the dinette to use as a monitor with a wireless keyboard/mouse attached to a mac mini)

Can the wall hold these two, if I use the airstream mounting plate? My alternative is to get a clamp-type monitor arm and put it in some ugly place, but that will get in the way. (total weight of the two units is about 37lbs)
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Old 06-21-2009, 11:31 PM   #2
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Hi, I have seen bathroom walls come loose with nothing mounted on them; But two TVs at 37lbs mounted on the same wall would be too much in my opinion.
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Two for One?

I would not permnantly mount one, let alone two. We have a 28' SE we mounted a 32" TV but take it down for travel. Check out the photos in my gallery for how we reinforced the bath wall.

As a side note. Our bathroom wall did come loose. We had it repaired at the factory. They said the wall repairs were needed because of improper installation and had nothing to do with our TV mounting.

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So much for that plan. Guess it's on to plan B..

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