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5.0 out of 5 stars No problems, 5 Nov. 2008
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This review is from: Allcam Universal 17" 18" 20" 22" 24" 26" 30" 32" 37" LED/LCD TV Wall Bracket Tilt, Slim ~38mm to Wall (Electronics)
This is a really solid, well made bracket. I used it to hang my 32" Toshiba LCD TV, and it takes the weight with no problems. All of the fittings seem heavy duty, and good quality. It goes together nicely, you fit arms to the TV, attach a back plate to the wall, and then hang the tv, adding a locking arm. One person could do it fine as long as the TV isn't too heavy. The wall bracket also comes with an integrated spirt level, which makes things really easy. The tilt action is very handy, and makes the viewing angle very adjustable.

A word of warning though, it's all in imperial (inches), not metic (mils), so I was slightly flumoxed to begin with. However, my helpful local diy store advised me to use a 12mil masonry drill bit, which worked fine. The instructions advise a 1/2 inch drill (which is 12.5mil and not available), but if anything this would be too big, as even the 12 mil holes seemed a bit loose for the fixings until they were properly screwed in. A socket set is handy for the wall fixings, but I was able to make do with a small adjustable wrench. Just make sure your wall is stable!
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Initial post: 14 Nov 2008 15:12:14 GMT
CjW says:
If you look on the Rawlplug (as we Brits call them)
it says 12mm

As this gentleman says - equivalent to 1/2" which is the US size

So a 12mm masonry drill is all that's required, plus a decent hammer drill to make the hole

Strangely, the bolts are in millimetres
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