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Old 09-08-2016, 04:22 PM   #15
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just to wrap up this chain --- I stil could not figure out how to partially remove the wall in the bedroom (to put metal bracket in for added support for tv bracket), so decided to just try the wood screws. Used ~3/4" screws that go in the hole ~ 1/2 inch (other 1/4" in the wall bracket) and they tightened up and seem real strong. 1/2 inch is as much room before hitting the shower wall on the other side. It is not 3/4" plywood used in our 2010 AS, as it sounds like might be on newer ones --but appears to be more like 1/4". Never the less - seem pretty rock solid. And the 24"smart TV (and bracket) is relatively light (~13 lbs) so think this should work fine. Thanks for all the advice.

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