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Old 10-24-2011, 03:20 PM   #21
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We want to attach our TV to the wall between the living area and galley on the side where the fridge is. We bought a mounting system from Wally World, but he screws were so long, they would have punctured the fridge if we had installed it. Have any of you mounted your TVs? Where did you get your mounting system?
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Old 10-24-2011, 03:34 PM   #22
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We want to attach our TV to the wall between the living area and galley on the side where the fridge is. We bought a mounting system from Wally World, but he screws were so long, they would have punctured the fridge if we had installed it. Have any of you mounted your TVs? Where did you get your mounting system?

I have not mounted my TV in the AS however having mounted 100s of TVs I would not use the included hardware. I myself would buy toggle bolts that could be installed with ease and would not pull out like screws or lag bolts.
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We want to attach our TV to the wall between the living area and galley on the side where the fridge is. We bought a mounting system from Wally World, but he screws were so long, they would have punctured the fridge if we had installed it. Have any of you mounted your TVs? Where did you get your mounting system?
Would it be possible to trim the screws to fit your available space?

If you do this, put the nuts on the screws before cutting. You will then be able to back them off easily to straighten out any bent threads, rather than fight to get them on.
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