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Old 06-29-2010, 05:50 AM   #29
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i have a fun situation in that the TV we bought (28" sanyo flatscreen) was wider than any straight wall we have in the place! our solution was to set it at a comfortable viewing angle on a shelf that hubby built. i put a few screws through the base into the shelf to hold it in place, and to keep it from vibrating back and forth and possibly damaging the connection between the TV and the base, i have 2 eye-hooks, one at the bottom, one at the top, and i strap a bungie cord diagonally across before we hit the road.

4000ish miles so far and still workin fine!

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