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    Stud spacing   (2 Answers)

    Can this be mounted with stud spacing of 24 inches?

    By Ron March 24, 2016.

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      Ron, This mount, the PDX680, accommodates up to 24" studs. The smaller version of this mount, the PDX650, can only accommodate up to 16" studs. Contact us directly using the support button on our site if you have any other questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living March 28, 2016.

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    Wall mounts   (2 Answers)

    What is the difference between the Kanto PDX680 and the PDX650? I am looking at both models for purchase. Thank you.

    By Mountain Girl February 11, 2016.

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      Mountain Girl, The PDX680 has a wall plate that can accommodate 24" stud spacing. The PDX650's wall plate can accommodate 18" spacing at the most. The PDX680 can also pull out 24" from the wall versus 22" on the PDX650. Feel free to contact us directly at support@kantoliving.com if you have any other questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living February 12, 2016.

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  • Question
    The area I would like to mount a 65" TV would require it to be fully extended to the 24" limit of the mount. Is it safe/ strong enough to keep the TV "permentantly" mounted like that?   (2 Answers)

    By JFlo July 3, 2016.

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      JFlo, We rate our mounts conservatively so as long as your TV is under the 125 lb weight capacity you should not experience any flex over time. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our site if you have any additional questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living July 4, 2016.

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    How close can the TV be pushed back against the wall? Will this mount work with a Sony XBR75x940D?   (2 Answers)

    By GaryS September 14, 2016.

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      GaryS, There will be 2" between the wall and the rear of your TV if you do not have to use any spacers in your installation. The XBR-75X940D has a compatible 400x300 VESA pattern and is under the weight capacity of the PDX680, should work great! Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.

      By Kanto Living September 14, 2016.

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    Will this mount work with a Philips 65" TV? Model number 65PFL7900? Thanks so much!   (2 Answers)

    By Tgale September 6, 2016.

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      Tgale, I've looked up the information for your TV, and it is absolutely compatible with the PDX680. The only thing to mention is that it looks like the TV has a bump at the bottom which may cause the TV arms to not be installed centered, and stick out above the TV. If this is the case, you can use spacers and longer TV bolts to move the TV arm further from the TV and clear the bump. If you have any other questions, or need any additional clarification, please email us directly at support@kantoliving.com and we'll be happy to help.

      By Kanto Living September 6, 2016.

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    Can it be mounted on steel studs?   (2 Answers)

    By Nancy June 12, 2016.

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      Nancy, We can only recommend the installation methods that are in our manual using the provided hardware to install into wood or concrete walls. Metal studs are hollow and do not provide the structure necessary for our lag bolts to grip into. For this type of installation we recommend consulting a professional installer to determine if your wall is able to safely hold the weight of the mount and TV, and how to install correctly. If you have any other questions please contact us directly through the support tab on our website and we'll be happy to help.

      By Kanto Living June 13, 2016.

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    Will a vizio 65ib tv withh 400x400 pattern work with this mount?   (2 Answers)

    By Nick May 24, 2016.

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      Yes, a 65" TV will work with the mount.

      By CommunityAnswer May 25, 2016.

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      What is the difference between the PDX650 model and the PDX680 model?   (2 Answers)

      By Anonymous February 11, 2016.

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        The PDX680 has a wall plate that can accommodate 24" stud spacing. The PDX650's wall plate can accommodate 18" spacing at the most. The PDX680 can also pull out 24" from the wall versus 22" on the PDX650. Feel free to contact us directly at support@kantoliving.com if you have any other questions, thanks.

        By Kanto Living May 16, 2016.

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    • Question
      Hi, I have an lg Oled that geek squad tried mounting. It is 400 X 200 m. Right now with my current wall mount it is too high because I have it extended out. Is this adaptable to a space so it won't be so high?   (1 Answer)

      By 4kfan2017 July 19, 2017.

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        4kfan2017, If you were to mount the PDX680 lower on the wall, that would be the only way to keep it from being too high. A lot of LG TV's have their hole patterns located near the bottom of the TV, which will make your TV end up higher on the mount. If you have any other questions, please email us directly through the support button on our website and we'll be happy to help.

        By Kanto Living July 19, 2017.

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      Will this work with a Sony Bravia model KDL-40ex500?   (3 Answers)

      By Crystal July 7, 2017.

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        Crystal, Your TV has a compatible 300x300 VESA pattern (bolt pattern) and is under the weight capacity of the PDX680, should work well! There is a chance the horizontal supports may cover some of the connections on the rear of the TV but if you vertically adjust where the TV sits on the mount you probably will not run into any issues. Feel free to contact us directly using the support button on our website if you have any additional questions, thanks.

        By Kanto Living July 8, 2017.

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