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Jethroish

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Posted: 09/02/20 03:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our new TT has an inside and outside place to "hang" a tv. These hanger mounts appear that you use some sort of strap, almost like carrying a duffel bag. Have to say I have never seen this before. Is it really just hooking a strap to the TV and hanging it up?


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Posted: 09/02/20 05:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

While the newest LCDs are very light and thin, it would scare me to only strap them.


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Is there nothing in the Trailer handbook.

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Posted: 09/03/20 03:13am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Fisherman wrote:

Is there nothing in the Trailer handbook.


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There's no model-specific information, in today's RV owners manuals. just generic RV systems information.
OP, have you tried asking your selling dealer?


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Posted: 09/03/20 06:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have called the sales person because I am missing some manuals and appliance info. There is 1 designated place on a wall for a mounting bracket. But there is one of these https://www.lw-eng.com/products/8/Black-KeBloc-w-HardwareKeBloc by the front bed and on the exterior. They have a groove across the top that appears is made for a rope to lay in.
I am thinking if I want to put a TV there, remove this thing and put a real TV bracket.

EDIT: Upon searching the above website, the "block" on the wall it made to slide a mounting bracket over top of it.

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from the kebloc website
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We don't recommend any TV manufacturers, just make sure your total weight does not exceed 35 lbs. With TV's today that should be easy to do and you should be able to get a fairly large TV if you choose and it fits your spot.


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I used Mount-It MI-310B to mount my Samsung UN55H6350 TV. No complaint at all. Fits the TV without any issues. Easy to install and I think there is an added bonus. I hid the cable inside part of the wall mount. There is the rounded tubular section on both the top and bottom parts that you can hide the cable that goes to a cable box.

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