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    Is this compatible with Sharp Aquos 60"?   (1 Answer)

    Will this bracket work perfectly with the 60" Sharp Aquos LC-60E88UN that I am considering? I only want to tilt it sideways by 20-30 degrees. No up/down tilt. It would come no more than 9 inches out from the wall. But it needs to stay level. Will it do these things? TechCoach@comcast.net

    By TechCoach July 4, 2010.

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    Can I use this mount to hang a 55" LED TV on a diagonal in corner of room.   (2 Answers)

    We want to hang the TV on a diagonal in the corner of our living room. We want to know if we put the mount on one wall will we be able to turn a 55" samsung LED TV on a diagonal in the corner? Will it support the TV if we swing it out that far from the wall?

    By Anonymous November 29, 2011.

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      It will support the TV if you swing it all the way out, and it will fit in the corner, but it will not be a 45% angel. This mount extends about 17 inches, but the centerline of a 55" TV is about 25 inches (depending on the TV). To put the mount in the exact corner, you would need about 24 inches of extension. The only way to have the TV "fit" with this mount would be to mount the back plate 10 inches to 16 inches away from the corner on the wall so it will be "more tilted" in one direction in the corner. If you get it mounted just right, you may be able to get a 30% angle on one wall and 60% on the other.

      By SOUNDANDFURY December 10, 2011.

    • Question

      if my wall studs are 15 inches apart..will this products base be wide enough drill into 2 studs..15 inches apart..or does this product drill into one stud..mu tv is a 50inch plasma

      By Anonymous August 25, 2010.

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        The VLF220 is installed into two studs. 15'' apart should work fine.

        By SanusStaff August 26, 2010.

        • Sanus Representative
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      how to remove tv for repair?   (2 Answers)

      how do I remove my tv from mount for repair?

      By Anonymous July 8, 2010.

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        Simply push the release tab that clicks in from the TV's backet to the mount's arm. It is very easy and is how the TV mounts to the arm on this mount. It is all shown in the directions.

        By GSI October 14, 2010.

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        Can I buy the screws and bolts again, separately? I had to move, and lost all these pieces.   (1 Answer)

        By Rochelle October 24, 2016.

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          Hey Rochelle! You sure can! Please give us a call @ 800-359-5520 and we can send those out. Thanks! Jake @ SANUS

          By SanusStaff October 25, 2016.

          • Sanus Representative
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        Will this mount fit a Sony Bravia model number KDL-46WL135 ??   (2 Answers)

        By kobain September 13, 2016.

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          Yes,

          By Dawson November 18, 2016.

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          I purchased a Samsung UN75JU7100 75" LED TV. The TV measures 66.5 x 2.5 x 38.2 and weighs 82 pounds. Can I use my existing Sanus bracket with this new TV? I previously had a 42" class TV mounted, and the mount appeared over-sized. Thank you.   (2 Answers)

          By David September 1, 2016.

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            Go to Sanus website and look up TV model in their locator window. It's easy and you will get a better answer than asking anyone.

            By Dawson November 18, 2016.

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            Lateral Shift usability   (1 Answer)

            My 46" Samsung LED UN46F6300 is being installed in a built-in. I need to be able to laterally shift the tv toward center each time I pull it out, then shift it back to the side when putting away. Does the lateral shift on this mount allow usability in this capacity? A brand I recently purchased stated once I opened and read the instructions that the lateral shift worked only during install, then had to be bolted in place and could not be used unless unbolted. That type of situation does not work for my needs...

            By HAW December 10, 2013.

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              This mount will not work for you then, you do have to set the arm and bolt it into place. Our newer mounts like the VLF525 are actually much eaiser to shift laterally but still we recommend removing the TV first. - Scott

              By SanusStaff December 10, 2013.

              • Sanus Representative
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            How do I remove the mount from my tv?   (1 Answer)

            I have a 55 samsung plasma. Took it off the wall but not sure how to get it off the tv itself

            By Anonymous December 4, 2013.

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              It would be much eaiser just to call us directly at 1-800-359-5520 and we can explain. We are here 8am - 9pm - Scott

              By SanusStaff December 5, 2013.

              • Sanus Representative
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            Will the Geek Squad come and install the swivel mount and my existing TV? What is their price for installation?   (1 Answer)

            By Anonymous December 4, 2013.

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              You would need to contact BestBuy for this info, we are only the mount mfg, thanks!

              By SanusStaff December 5, 2013.

              • Sanus Representative

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